Speech and linguistic developmentSpeech and linguistic problems have major consequences
It is essential that logopaedic problems in children are identified and solved at an early stage. This would reduce the chances of permanent speech and linguistic problems. If left untreated, speech and linguistic problems may increase the risk of psychological and behavioural problems. They also reduce the educational chances of these children. In Utrecht, the speech therapists of the Youth Health Care Department identify logopaedic problems in children. Next, they see to it that these children receive proper care and that the parents are informed.
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