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If you have concerns about your child you may find the following links helpful.


  • Sounds are learned at different ages depending on how difficult they are to say
  • If you have difficulty understanding your child’s speech and would like suggestions on what to do, click here
  • If you would like to learn about when speech sounds are acquired, click here


  • to learn about what autism is, click here
  • to find out the indicators (warning signs) of autism, click here

Hearing Loss

  • To learn about the signs of hearing loss, click here


  • To learn about the development of expressive and receptive language for 4 and 5 year old students (JK/SK years), click here
  • For expectations regarding your child’s speech and language development in the elementary school years from kindergarten to grade 5, click here


  • If you have concerns about your child’s social skills or to learn more about the development of play, click here


  • To learn about stuttering is, click here
  • If your child repeats sounds or words or shows signs of stuttering and you would like to know what you can do, click here


  • If you are concerned about your child’s voice, click here

Parents can refer their child to the Halton Peel Preschool Speech Language Services Program, from birth to December 15th of their J.K. year, by calling 905-855-2690.

If your child is attending school, parents can contact the Speech-Language Pathologist servicing their child’s school to discuss any concerns.

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