Speech Quick Quiz

Please answer "yes" for each of the following statements that are true:

-Your child is not talking by the age of two or uses less than 20 words.
-At age two, your child primarily gestures, grunts or points to communicate.
-You have a difficult time understanding your child after the age of three.
-Your child is leaving off many beginning or ending consonants at age three.
-Your child requires repetition to understand simple directions at age three.
-At age three, your child does not combine words into two or three word phrases or more and is less that 80 percent intelligible (able to be understood).
-Your child's speech consists mostly of vowel sounds.
-Your child's sentence structure is incomplete, he/she leaves out words or substitutes words at age five.
-Your child's speech is too fast, too slow or doesn't flow naturally after age five.
-Your child is embarrassed and bothered by his/her speech at any age.
-Your child is making errors in speech sounds after age six.
-Your child's voice quality is too high or too low for his/her age and sex.