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Quick reference medical handouts used by Pediatric offices


When do most boys start talking and at what age should there be cause for concern?
    
We would expect a child to start using a few words at 1 year of age and by 2 years of age he should have a vocabulary of 50 words and using 2 word phrases such as more juice, no mommy. Your childs peditrician should have handouts on what to expect from a child relative to speech and language abilities. You could also look in the yellow pages for a speech language pathologist and call the facility for more information. By age 2 if your child is not talking like other chilren his age it is a good idea to have him evaluated by a certified speech language pathologist.

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