Research: Late Talkers Do Fine


A recent Australian study found that a slow start on language is unlikely to have lasting effects on a child's' mental health. Researchers followed late talkers into their teens and found that those with language delay at age 2 years are no more likely to be shy, depressed or aggressive than normally developing children. Pediatrics, online July 4, 2011

 
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