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This is for all of you super moms and dads out there:

Imagine Not Stressing About Your Toddler's Speech Delay Anymore


Your New Option in Toddler Speech Therapy

by Terry L - Co-founder of Toddler Speech Boost


If you want a chance to double your toddler's words in the next 6 weeks, then please keep reading.

You see, I suspect that you're probably going through something similar to what we went through, so I can relate to the headaches that you're facing.  Our daughter Rebecca had a speech delay as well.

During this time, I kept feeling like we were not doing enough to help her.  But it wasn't because we didn't want to do anything.

It was because we really didn't know if there was really an issue with her speech.  Being new parents, we didn't have other kids to compare her with.

After we did some research, we found out that there are standard development milestones for toddlers in various age groups.  Reviewing the development milestones helped us determine that there was a problem.

I recommend that you review the development milestones below against your toddler's progress.


Firstly, do you know if your toddler REALLY has an issue?

How Does  Your Toddler Rate Against The Development Milestones?


I'm a believer that "knowing there's a problem is the first step in solving it."

I'm not sure who first said this quote, but it is one of my favourites.  It highlights the importance of being aware and having the right  knowledge to assess if there is indeed a problem.

When Rebecca was getting older, we started wondering why she wasn't saying much.  She did have a few words in her vocabulary, but we thought she'd know more by then.  But we just didn't know for certain.

We started researching how many words she should say.  What we found was there are lots of sites that have the milestones that your toddler should be meeting, BUT all the sources had somewhat different information.  I'll admit that it was confusing for me to go through.

However, I'm not one to back away from a challenge.  I decided to compile the milestones from the most reputable sources (such as the CDC, Health Canada, etc), and create a consolidate list of milestones.

I've grouped that data into the various age brackets that all the sources used.  For your convenience, I've compiled the results below.

I'll show you how I would use the results to assess if your child may have a speech delay.

Get a pen and paper now.

Then use the most recent age bracket your child was in, and compare their current progress to those criteria.  Note when they either do or do not meet the milestone.

Using voice to relate to their environment. String sounds together, maybe like a "ma ma" or "da da". Attentive to sounds. Recognizes names of common objects (eg. bottle). Reacts to sounds and watches intently. Uses 0-2 words.

Asks simple questions like "what's this?" Imitates words. Pretends to feed a doll. Identify body parts. Responds to routine questions like "where's the cat?" Recognizes pictures when named. Follow simple one step instructions. Understands "no". Uses 10-15 words.

Combine words in two-word phrases (ex. "more milk" or "daddy up")? Point to the correct picture when asked? Follow two-step instructions such as "get your socks and give them to daddy"? Vocabulary increases each month? Starts asking basic two-word questions like "where's daddy"? Gives a toy when prompted? Uses at least 50 words.

Combine words into three-word phrases (ex. "bubble go away" or "dog go fast"). Ask why questions? Plays with groups of other children? Understand simple concepts like big/small/up/down? People outside the family can understand what he/she is saying. Understand questions like "who?", "what?", "where?", or "why?" Uses articles like "a" and "the"? Uses the present progressive, such as "ing" in "walking"? Uses at least 500 words.

Now that you've reviewed the development milestones, you need to know what the results mean.  Your doctor can give you more specifics on this, but as a general rule follow these quick guidelines.

If your toddler meets all the guidelines, there's likely no issue.  Wait for your next scheduled checkup to discuss with the pediatrician.

However, if your toddler does not meet all (or most) of the guidelines, then I suggest you get an appointment with your doctor as soon as possible.

But if your toddler  fails the number of spoken words but is good on most other milestones, then they will need speech therapy.

But do you know what the risks are of NOT getting therapy?

What You Don't Know CAN HARM Your Toddler.

If you think that your toddler learns at a different pace and will catch up, or that they don't need help, then you need to read this.

We almost made the same mistake as well.

Some of the facts you're about to learn below won't seem seem obvious.  But they all result in a huge impact to your toddler.

An impact that can last years down the road, if not for the result of their lives.

I'd like to offer some perspective for you right now.  Something I wish we had when we started going through this.  You need to remember that it's not your fault.

You see, it's easy to start thinking about what you may have done wrong, if you could have done something different, and how you may have contributed to your toddler's speech delay.

So let me shut that down now.  It's not your fault.  Speech delays can happen regardless of what we do as parents.

We are also not taught what signs to look out for, and how we can help out toddler's learn to speak.

So don't panic.  I'll be showing you exactly what you can do to help them shortly.

I'll bet you've probably heard the advice that "kids learn at different speeds", and you can "wait and see" what happens.  That's what we initially thought.

I've learned that waiting is bad advice.

While some research has been reported that late-talking toddler's will be fine by the age of 5, the headlines are somewhat misleading.  For example this [Australian study] assessed the emotional and behavioural capabilities on children after they had a speech delay as a toddler.

The headline result is rosy.  Children who DID suffer from a speech delay as a toddler did not have any noticeable differences in emotional and behavioural control, compared to kids who didn't have a speech delay as a toddler.

But the research can give a false sense of security.

When it comes to your toddler's language and reading ability, it's a completely different story.

According to a study on early language delay, waiting may not be good.

20-30% of toddlers, with only an expressive delay, will NOT CATCH UP TO THEIR PEERS.

This suggests that intervening action is required.

- Ellis EM, Thal DJ., (2008) Early language delay and risk for language impairment

The unfortunate truth is that it's impossible for you to determine whether your toddler will fall into that 20-30% group who doesn't catch up.


The impact to them is well documented.

When toddlers don't catch up on their language skills, they have persistent language difficulties, and difficultly with reading and writing when they get to school.

- Sharma M., Purdy, S.C. & Kelly, A.S, (2009) Comorbidity of auditory processing, language, and reading disorders.

Starting school can be hard on your toddler for several reasons.  New location.  New teachers.  New friends.  Heck, these can also be hard on you as a parent.

That's why you're going to learn how to help their speech development shortly.

If it's not stressful enough to struggle with your toddler's speech delay, this study is even more concerning as a parent.

Researchers wanted to evaluate what was happening in the brains of toddlers during speech.  They looked at toddlers in three groups.

1) Those who were speaking at an early age, 2) those who were speaking on-time, and 3) those who were late talkers.

They specifically wanted to compare the brain activity of each group through the use of MRIs during various listening and reading tests.  The results are scary.

Activation in the bilateral thalamus and putamen, and the left insula and superior temporal gyrus during these tasks was significantly lower in late talkers, demonstrating that residual effects of being a late talker are found not only in behavioural tests and written language, but also in distributed cortical-subcortical neural circuits underling speech and print processing.

- Preson J L, Frost S J, Menci W E, Fulbright R K, Landi N, Grigorenko E, Jacobsen L, Pugh K R , (2010) Early and later talkers: school-age language, literacy and neurolinguistic differences

All of this sounds very technical, and it is.  But the English translation is simple.

Toddlers with speech delay can have future reduced brain activity.

But you don't need to panic.  You can take action now and get them to start speaking and develop an interest in reading.

This in turn will have the effect of helping their brains get engaged.

The most heartbreaking impact of speech delay on Rebecca has been the her social interactions with her daycare classmates.

When all her little friends started talking and she wasn't able to, she became self-conscious around her friends.  I'd pick her up at school and if a classmate said anything to her, she'd hide behind my leg.  It would kill me inside knowing that she was socially anxious.  No toddler should have to go through that.

When kids can’t communicate clearly, they may struggle to make friends and be part of a social group. They may prefer to be alone and become shy or distant.

- Spiliotopoulou, B, (2009) Expressive language disorder and how it connects with mood and behavior disorders

When I saw Rebecca act this way, I started to wonder what this could do to her longer term.  I know being shy is not really the best trait to have, but I was blown away when I saw the research.

Toddlers with speech delays could be at increased risk of being TARGETS OF BULLIES, or develop tendencies to ACT AGGRESSIVELY because they can't resolve problems verbally.

- Whitehouse, A, Watt, H, Line, E, Bishop, D, (2009) Adult psychosocial outcomes of children with specific language impairment, pragmatic language impairment and autism

I actually saw the aggression start to manifest in Rebecca.  She started acting out towards the other children at daycare.  She would bite other toddlers when she wasn't understood by them.

It's embarrassing to be the parent of the kid who's a biter.  It makes you feel like a bad parent even though you're doing everything you can.

But there's a way out of this problem.

You're going to learn to help them start taking, which will reduce these risks.

And let me tell you....now that Rebecca's speech delay has been eliminated, she's a little chatter box.

In fact, she talks too much (if there's such a thing)!

She's become very social with her classmates, and doesn't act out any more (no more biting other kids).

Do You Know Your Options?

Are more importantly, do you know the pros and cons of those options?


The process you take will not be a straightforward one.

Can you see yourself talking with your toddler?  Can you imagine no more tantrums because they're frustrated?  And no more social anxiety around chatty toddlers?

This may sound like a very distant future, but it's not.  I'm going to show you how to make this dream a reality.  And you're going to be able to start right away, without long wait lists or expensive therapy sessions.

But you need to know all your options, as you may have to take them as well.


The Non-option

What you absolutely, positively MUST NOT DO


I indirectly covered this point above for you, but I wanted to make sure everyone was crystal clear on this.  Because this is so very important for your toddler (and for YOUR sanity as well).



As you learned earlier, waiting can have a catastrophic impact on your toddler's well being - now and in the future.  In fact, if you haven't already figured this out, let me give you a few really good reasons why you don't want to delay taking action any longer.

The Wild Tantrums

Yes, that's right.  If you haven't experienced this yet, you're toddler could start having some pretty bad tantrums.

Of course, all toddlers experience tantrums as they are growing up.  That's just a part of childhood.

But a speech delay can create more tantrums than they'd normally have.  The reason is when they get to the point of trying to communicate something to you, and you DON'T understand what they're trying to say, they will have a huge melt down.

When Rebecca started to have these tantrums it was difficult for us.  We knew she wanted to communicate and she really was trying hard, but her inability prevented her from succeeding.

There was one time that always comes to mind, as that was when it was really crystallized for me.  We were in the dining room, which is beside the kitchen.  She was making sounds and looking into the kitchen, but they weren't clear and we didn't know what she was saying.  We asked if she wanted a cracker, water, an apple, and a few more items.  She got more and more frustrated.

Then she burst into tears.  It was an uncontrollable meltdown and she also starting getting angry.

It took some time to make her feel better.  And in the end, we figured out all she wanted was some milk.

No one wants to put their toddler through that.

But that's not the worst of it.

I believe these tantrums will delay their speech even further.

My belief is based on the widely accepted theory of negative reinforcement, and your toddler could learn to stop trying to speak.

Think of it this way.  Each time your toddler tries to tell you something, they you won't understand and they'll have a melt down.

If you let this continue too long, they might learn to stop trying to communicate to you.  That's because you won't understand them, and they will not want to get upset.

Has your toddler started communicating less?

If they haven't reached that point yet, that's good.

But you still need to start helping them as soon as you can so they don't reach that point.  This will make the whole process easier.

But if you have noticed that they are trying less, it's not too late.

You can still use the techniques you're going to learn to help them speak.  You may need to put a little more time in and be even more patient, but you can reverse their aversion to trying.


The Referral Conundrum

The system and why it's broken for most of us


The next step you need to take in order to help improve your child's speech delay is to get yourselves into toddler speech therapy.  And I do mean "yourselves" and not "your toddler".

Speech therapy for toddler's is not a matter of dropping them off with a Speech Language Pathologist and having them work with your toddler.  It is BOTH the parent and the toddler in the speech therapy class together.

Outside of initial evaluation and diagnostics, one of the primary purposes of the Speech Language Pathologist is to coach your ability at helping your toddler's speech, so  you can do it at home.

Now, there are two possible paths you might take.  A public speech therapy session, or private speech therapy session.  While these terms may have a slightly different meaning where you live, here's what I mean for each.

A public speech therapy session is one which is covered by your health plan, government health care, or other similar method.  This is what I'll review in this section.

In the next section, I'll take about private speech therapy, which is where you pay out-of-pocket for the services.

Get An Appointment

In most, if not all places, the first step to access public speech therapy for your toddler will be to go through the medical system.

Here's a typical experience that you will have if you decide to go through this bureaucratic process.  Please note that depending where you live, the process could be somewhat different.


Your first inclination will be to visit the doctor who follows your toddler.  While I recommend you do book time with your doctor in any case, it may NOT be an urgent next step.

Where we live, public speech therapy for toddlers is available on a self-referral basis.  Meaning that we can be asked to put on the wait list, or a doctor can refer to get on the wait  list.

Whether you ask for be on the list or the doctor asks for you makes no difference in the wait time.  Given that, I recommend you self-refer yourself if your area allows you to, unless your toddler happens to have a doctors appointment coming up imminently.

If your area of health coverage requires a doctor's referral first, try to get in as soon as you can.  Some doctors may ask that you align it with the next scheduled standard appointment so they can measure your toddler against the development milestones.  Unfortunately this will just add more delay to an already pressing concern.

And as you've learned above, waiting is detrimental to your toddler.

Speech Assessment

Once you and your toddler are referred to public speech therapy, you will first be scheduled for a speech assessment.

In our area, we had to wait several weeks for an appointment.

At the appointment, the Speech Language Pathologist will sit with both of you and will conduct some comprehension and speech tests on your toddler.  Their aim is to determine the extent of the speech delay and to assess if there is a bigger underlying issue.  This will in turn be used to decide what level of speech therapy they may need.

With that done, we were put on a wait list for public, group speech therapy lessons.

Group Speech Therapy

The wait list is the worst part of this entire process.

Public speech therapy waits list can be up to 10 months long or more!

As you can imagine, it's incredibly stressful to wait months for help when your toddler's speech is not getting better.

Once we finally got into a group speech therapy class, it had about 8-10 parents each with a child that had speech delay.  There were 2 Speech Language Pathologists teaching the class, and one student SLP.  The sessions ran for 8 weeks for one hour each.

In weeks one and five, only the parents attended.  These sessions were one hour long and focused on educating us on some core techniques and what to expect in the next few weeks.

In all the other classes, we spent the time playing with our toddlers, but we we required to use the techniques we were learning.  The SLPs would come around and provide coaching on how we used the techniques.

After the 8 weeks, the expectation was that we would do all of these techniques with Rebecca at home.

If we wanted more sessions, we would have to get on the wait list again and wait another 10 months.



4-year old waiting for speech therapy deemed 'just a boy'

The case of Stephanie Phillips and her sone Bryce is a sad one.  She noticed her son wasn't saying as much as he should, so urged her doctor for a referral.  However, he was deemed 'just a boy' and said he will grow out of it.  It wasn't until 2 years later that he was finally referred for treatment.

This story was reported by the CBC on February 2, 2016

[Link to the article].



Child who doesn't speak waits 2 1/2 years for therapy

Finn Long, a 4-year old boy who hasn't said a word, had waited over 2 1/2 years to get the speech therapy he needs.  While his case is not a standard one, it's part of a pattern of how long people are wait for core services like speech therapy for toddlers.

This story was reported by the CBC on January 14, 2013

[Link to the article].



But There is a Faster Way

The question is whether it's in your reach and the reach of most of us.  The reality for most people in many countries is that health care has two big constraints.

The first one I've talked about is the time you spend waiting for the help your toddler needs.

The second is cost.

But I'll show you how to get around both of these issues.


The Private Practice Route

Cost prohibitive for most of us


The other option that's available in most areas is a private Speech Language Pathologist.

The advantage of going the private practice route is huge - you avoid the significant wait of getting public care.  Given the fact that wait lists are often very long and that each passing day, week, and month will have huge, lasting consequences for your child, the allure of private therapy does sound good.  In fact, we also used private therapy sessions for Rebecca before we got into public therapy.

Surprisingly (or not), they follow pretty much the same format.

The first session you and your toddler will attend will be an evaluation.  Even if you have an evaluation from public speech therapy, the private SLP will still want to do their own.  That evaluation will take about an hour (and of course, it's billable).

Once that's done, you will likely also do a weekly 1 hour session.  In that session, you'll do the same thing.  Learn techniques to use with your toddler at home on your own, and get coached to use them properly.

A nice advantage is that a private Speech Language Pathologist will usually come right to your house, and it's only you and your toddler (no other parents and toddlers).  So the direct one-on-one attention is nice.

I recommend using a private Speech Language Pathologist, if you CAN AFFORD IT.

And that's the one draw back of this method.

Private Speech Language Pathologists typically charge $150.00 an hour.

That's pretty steep for most people.  If you can afford it AND you can get one to start right away, it's a great route to take.

But for the rest of us, that's not really affordable.

If you plan on using a private Speech Language Pathologist for 8 weeks (like the same duration as public speech therapy), then you will end up paying $1,200.00.

$1,200.00 is a lot of money to me.

And that's if you only use their services for 8 weeks.  In reality, you may use their services for much longer.

And what's also frustrating is that the content that you and your toddler receive is not really any different than public speech therapy.

Sure, you start sooner and get one-on-one attention, but you pay a lot of money for that.

Let me show you how to get speech therapy that you can START NOW, but WITHOUT paying $1200.00 for private therapy.


The TALK NOW Program Will Teach You How to Help Your Child Develop Their Vocabulary in as Little as 15 Minutes a Day

If you're tired of the stress wearing you down...

If you continually worry about your toddler's tantrums, social anxiety, and future success...

And if you're ready to feel pride with your toddler's progress as they start saying more and more words, then this is where I'm about to help you get there.  FAST.

You won't need to wait for months on a wait list.

You won't need to pay thousands for a private Speech Language Pathologist.

And you won't need to leave your own house.

You will get access to the revolutionary Talk Now program for less than one private speech therapy lesson.

You won't need to wait for months to start helping your toddler.

Here's Exactly What You're Going to Get


Easy-to-Follow Video Lessons


Your toddler will learn more words and with less stress for you.  You're going to learn all the proven techniques used by the best Speech Language Pathologists around the world.

Think of it like having access to your own Speech Language Pathologist and your disposal 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

But without paying their $150.00 an hour rate.

While simple sounding, having a written plan in place ahead of time actually increases the amount of time you help your toddler.  It ensures you don't try to "cram" in sessions and forgot to do ones you mentally planned (which happens to all of us).


Daily Planner


Designed to make the whole process easier for you, the daily planner will assist you in planning our your week.  Map out what lessons and activities your toddler will do each day.

While simple sounding, having a written plan in place ahead of time actually increases the amount of time you help your toddler.  It ensures you don't try to "cram" in sessions and forgot to do ones you mentally planned (which had happened to us a few times).




You can't manage or improve those things which you don't measure.  And your toddler's speech development is certainly no exception.

The Scorecard is simply a tool for you to record your toddler's starting words, and then every week you will track how many words they're saying.  Seeing the progress start and gradually increase is one of the most exhilarating things I experienced when Rebecca started learning more words.


So, what does it cost to start helping your toddler to start talking?

In my opinion I think the Talk Now program will be a great option for you, considering that you're getting a tested system that has been proven over and over again to help toddlers with speech delay start talking.

Frankly, even just a small portion of the lessons will start you on a journey that can help your toddler.  Even with just the first series of lessons, I expect you'll see a difference as long as you commit to at least 15 minutes a day.   Which is such a small amount of time to help your toddler.

And I'm a big advocate because it worked for Rebecca.  Check out the videos below.

See the difference with Rebecca:




As you can see, around 24 months old and Rebecca's speech is very poor and she can barley get any words out (she had less than 10).  At this age she should have been at 50 words.  This was an incredibly frustrating time for us.




Fast forward 5+ months and you can hear a real difference.  She's saying a lot of words and can say them quite well for her age.  She was shooting well past her word milestones thanks to the lessons in the Talk Now program.


Now it's Time to Help Your Toddler Double Their Words in 6 Weeks

Did you know this program is designed to MAKE IT EASY FOR YOU?

After everything you've been through, I'm sure that this doesn't sound possible.  But I'm confident that you'll be able to start incorporating these lessons into your toddler's life, simply and easily.

All of the lessons are straight forward and there's nothing complicated about them.  And I want to make sure you use them.  That's why I've made an extra bonus for you.



Reference Guide


I know that learning a new skill and changing how you do things can be hard and a little bit intimidating.

But I want to make sure it's easy for you, so you get the fastest results for your toddler.

The reference guide is a one page cheat sheet you can print and post anywhere in your house.  Keep one in your toddler's room, the main play area, the dining room, and anywhere else you spend time with them.

The purpose is to act as a continuous reminder of all the techniques you can use.

Heck, you can even keep the PDF on your mobile phone or table and refer to it where ever you are.




This is not a "sit back and watch" program.  Your toddler loves you and learns from you.  You need to be the role model they follow, and you need to do the work to ensure they learn from you.

But you shouldn't be afraid.  You're about to see how much easier this is than it sounds.

What you're about to learn will take you through everything you need to do, in an easy to follow step-by-step manner.  It's designed so that anyone will be able to get through the course very quickly.

The steps to getting started are very fast.

Step 1: Click the Add to Cart button and order

Step 2: Your login details will arrive within MINUTES

Step 3: Start watching the videos

Step 4: Start using your knowledge with your toddler


By ordering right now, you could get through all the lessons and START HELPING YOUR TODDLER WITHIN THE NEXT FEW HOURS.

You don't need to wait for any referrals.  You won't be given more lessons over the course of weeks and months, but you'll receive everything right away. And you won't pay a huge premium to get the lessons sooner.

If this sounds good to you, then let's get you going.


Here's How to Get Started

Access to Talk Now has sold for as much as $38.99

But if you take this opportunity to start helping your toddler speaking right now, you can get instant access to the entire course for only a one-time fee of $27.


Would you pay less than a few lattes to eliminate the stress and start getting your toddler talking?


Your access will include:

Talk Now Video Series - comprehensive lessons that will show you how to take your toddler from few/no words to lots of words

Talk Now Daily Planner - organize your week's lessons with this easy to use lesson planner, removing the stress of "what should I do next"

Talk Now Score Card - record and monitor your toddler's word process so you see the results your getting

Talk Now Cheat Sheet - print out this cheat sheet and keep it near you and your toddler, giving you lessons reminders at a glance

Talk Now Unlimited Updates - when you signup today, you will get all future updates to the Talk Now program for free

Life Time Membership for One Price - unlike other options that have you paying over and over again, you only pay once and  you'll get access for a lifetime.


Remember that this course contains all the easy to follow videos, tools, and plans needed to get you started.  All you need to do is spend 15 minutes a day or more helping your toddler.

The best part is, it will be quality time with your toddler!  They'll love it and the attention they get from you.

And the reason is how the course is designed.

Your toddler will be learning from one of the people they love the most - YOU!

The lessons are all designed to be used when they play and are having fun.  It's integrated into their day-to-day lives.

The lessons will not be forced and will not upset them.

The lessons do rely on your knowledge of your child's likes and dislikes, watching their reactions, and adjusting to their needs.

Risk-Free 100% Money Back Guarantee

I created the Talk Now program because I wanted to help super parents like you.  After going through Rebecca’s speech delay, I felt a lot of frustration and anxiety.  And after going through that I decided I’d like to help as many moms, dads, and toddlers as possible.

But having gone through speech delay and learning a great deal, I know that not every toddler’s delay is the same.  And they all can’t be solved in the same way.

So to address that, here’s my guarantee to you, which you won’t find with any other program.

If you feel that the program is not working for your toddler, if you don't like the content, if you decide to get some some fancy therapy instead, or if for any other reason you don't need this program,  then you will get a 100% refund.

You can request the refund during the first 60 days of trying it, for any reason.

I will always honour your request, and your refund will be prompt.

Simply email me at contact@toddlerspeechboost.com  and we will process it promptly.

It doesn’t get simpler than that.



I look forward to hearing about your toddler's success.

Terry Lewandowski, MBA, BComm, PMP, CFA

Questions? Email us at: contact@toddlerspeechboost.com

Co-founder of ToddlerSpeechBoost.com

PS - You have 60 days to try it out and let me know if you’re happy.

It really is a no-risk proposition.  Start helping your toddler today.




Is this good my child's specific speech issues?

The simple answer is these techniques are derived from the same ones Speech Language Pathologists use with toddler’s with a variety of speech delays.  They are meant to be effective for many different types of delay.

For my daughter, her speech delay was caused by impaired hearing from fluid in her ear drums (one of the most common issue with toddlers).   The fluid builds up when a toddler gets a lot of colds.  While the buildup will disappear once they have no more colds, tubes are often placed in the ears to keep the fluid draining.

We used this program when she had both no fluid and when she did have fluid.  The techniques worked in both cases, but works better when there is no fluid.

The program will almost certainly help with your toddler’s speech.  If not, you can get a 100% refund within the first 60 days.

What does this program require from me?

This question is VERY IMPORTANT.  Do not ignore this.

This course requires lots of things to work well (which you will learn in the course).  But the most important two are Your Commitment of Time and Your Patience.

The course REQUIRES that YOU, as the parent, spend time with your toddler to help them learn.  This means you will need to spend time with them playing and engaging with them.  No one can define a magic number, but I recommend at least 15 minutes per day of dedicated time.  More if you can spare it.

You will also find some of the techniques will be ones you use with your toddler all the time, not just when focusing on speech.  That will speed up the development.

But if you’re looking to download a program that will help your child without your effort, NO SUCH PROGRAM EXISTS (not one that works).

Is this program suitable to my child's age?

The tools and techniques are geared towards toddlers, starting around 12 months of so and up to 4+ years old.

We have found that the techniques work very well and have helped significantly accelerate the number of words she picked up.

Will the program work for my language?

The program is delivered in English, so you will need to be fluent to understand the videos and read all the material.

However, the majority of what you learn will work with any language you are teaching your child.  So whether your child’s first language will be Spanish, French, German, Chinese, or even Swahili, you can use this course.

Will this work on my device?

The program accessible through a website that you will access with your login info we send you.

You can have a PC, Mac, smartphone, or tablet and you’ll be able to access all the videos and content at anytime.  All you’ll need is an internet connection and a browser to start helping your toddler.

Within minutes of ordering, you will receive an email with your user name and password that will provide full, immediate access to the program.



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