Latest Sign language in infants and toddlers Stories
Eighty percent of children with language delays at age 2 will catch up by age 7, U.S. and Australian researchers said.
New research findings from the worldâ€™s largest study on language emergence have revealed that one in four late talking toddlers continue to have language problems by age 7.
By Jill Serjeant LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Nine-month-old Alexandra lets her mother know when she is hungry. Andrew, 11 months, makes it clear he wants some milk.
Once confined to communicating with the deaf, sign language is undergoing a rebirth as a way for new parents to understand the needs of their offspring long before they can talk.