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  • Services
    Rethink Your Drink Injury Prevention Growing Up Columns Locations Main Campus Satellite Locations Emergency Urgent Care Programs Services Speech Language Pathology Services Speech Language Pathology Services Speech Language Pathology Team Signs of Speech Problems Evaluation Conditions Treated Services Therapy Groups Speech Milestones Patient and Parent Education Frequently Asked Questions Resources Locations Services We offer individual paired peer and group therapy for speech language cognitive and aural impairments Our staff of speech language pathologists development specialists and aides will work with you to develop your child s speech and language skills to ensure the best quality of personalized care Individual Therapy In individual therapy you and your child will work one on one with a certified speech language pathologist to develop your child s communications skills Therapeutic techniques will be personalized for each child an may include DIRE Floor Time Augmentative Alternative Communication AAC PROMPT Talk Tools Picture Communication Exchange System or other techniques to encourage your child s speech and or language skills Paired Peer Therapy Children with speech language and social interpersonal difficulties are paired with children of similar ages and language abilities Therapy focuses on assisting children meet their individual speech language and or social language goals within a social environment that encourages cooperative play and verbalization Group Therapy Group therapy is recommended for children who would benefit from peer modeling The groups we offer are listed below and the size of the groups can vary The groups Mommy Daddy and Me and Let s Play are offered in both English and Spanish Click here for descriptions of all our groups Social Pragmatic Groups Early Language Development Groups Other Stepping Stones Mommy Daddy and Me Let s Play Down syndrome Pathways First Step Tongue Thrust Gateways Story Talk early reading Bridges Gestures with Babies Consultation Services Our speech

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  • Speech Milestones
    Store at Rady Children s Rethink Your Drink Injury Prevention Growing Up Columns Locations Main Campus Satellite Locations Emergency Urgent Care Programs Services Speech Language Pathology Speech Milestones Speech Language Pathology Speech Milestones Speech Language Pathology Team Signs of Speech Problems Evaluation Conditions Treated Services Speech Milestones Patient and Parent Education Frequently Asked Questions Resources Locations Speech Milestones Age Receptive Language Expressive Language 0 to 6 months Turns to sounds Initiates sounds Responds to name Cooing Babbling 6 to 12 months Understands simple commands Knows names of toys and objects Imitates consonant vowel sounds Uses jargon babbling that sounds like real speech 12 to 18 month Follows two step commands Knows at least three body parts Identifies objects people and toys Uses two to five words Increase in jargon babbling 18 to 24 months Recognizes pictures Identifies environmental sounds i e telephone doorbell Continues to increase vocabulary Asks one to two word questions Uses 10 to 15 words Sometimes repeats requests Puts two words together 2 years Follows two part related commands Answers what and where questions by gesturing or single words Responds to who or whose Vocabulary of 50 words Combines two words Uses no questions appropriately 3 years Understands number concepts more and one Remembers and retells events of yesterday Vocabulary of 400 words Can be reasoned with on a concrete level 4 years Responds to why by giving reason or consequence Follows two part unrelated commands Vocabulary of 800 words Uses how and why Uses past tense 5 years Responds to when questions by answering with reference to time Understands most conversation Vocabulary of 1200 words Produces sounds correctly sometimes the s r th sounds are not quite mastered at this stage Development of Individual Speech Sounds Age Sounds 3 years m n ing h w j

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  • Patient and Parent Education
    Doctor Patients Visitors Your Child s Hospital Stay Pay Your Bill Financial Assistance Medical Records Health Information Exchanges MyChart About Us Who We Are Newsroom Patient Stories Research Get Involved Events Publications Health Safety Health Library Ask Your Nurse Videos Safety Store at Rady Children s Rethink Your Drink Injury Prevention Growing Up Columns Locations Main Campus Satellite Locations Emergency Urgent Care Programs Services Speech Language Pathology Patient and Parent Education Speech Language Pathology Patient and Parent Education Speech Language Pathology Team Signs of Speech Problems Evaluation Conditions Treated Services Speech Milestones Patient and Parent Education Frequently Asked Questions Resources Locations Patient and Parent Education We strive to educate patients and parents about speech language development in children Click on the links below for doctor reviewed articles Communication and Your Newborn Communication and Your 1 to 2 Year Old Communication and Your 1 to 3 Month Old Communication and Your 13 to 18 Year Old Communication and Your 2 to 3 Year Old Communication and Your 4 to 5 Year Old Communication and Your 4 to 7 Month Old Communication and Your 6 to 12 Year Old Communication and Your 8 to 12 Month Old Delayed Speech or Language Development

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  • Frequently Asked Questions
    attention span can be a symptom of other learning problems and can interfere with a child s ability to learn new words ideas and concepts Ask yourself these other questions Can he listen to and follow simple verbal instructions Will he sit down and share a book with you Can he choose a toy to play with and play with it for an age appropriate time before moving on to the next activity Can he sit down with the family and finish a meal Can he play successfully with other children If you answer no to several of these questions you may want to request a speech language evaluation or a developmental evaluation See Developmental Evaluation Clinic Q If there is more than one language spoken in my home will my child s speech and language development be affected A Many researchers agree that a child who is exposed to multiple languages at an early age simultaneously will naturally learn to use all languages Children can be expected to go through some periods of mixing two languages and borrowing vocabulary to express ideas sometimes within the same sentence Children may not be equally skilled in all languages It is common for there to be greater understanding than actual use of one language In general speech language problems are less likely to occur when languages are introduced early and simultaneously There is a greater possibility of problems if children are introduced to a second language during the preschool years after another was used exclusively A speech language evaluation of skills will include evaluation of all languages and will be completed by a bilingual speech language pathologist one who has knowledge of the rules and structure of the languages or the assistance of a translator or interpreter The discovery that a child has some delays in both languages does not necessarily indicate a need for professional services These delays may be characteristic of a two language learner Q How do I know if my child has a speech language delay A See Signs of Speech Problems and Speech Milestones Q How can I prevent a speech or language disorder in children A You can help prevent a speech or language disorder by doing the following Learn about typical speech and language development Know developmental milestones and ask your physician for an evaluation if your child is not meeting them Talk and read with your child regularly Have your child s hearing checked Participate in early identification or screening programs Avoid drinking and substance abuse during pregnancy Use helmets car seats and safety belts to prevent brain injury Spend regular time alone with your child and talk about the things he she is interested in Q At what age can treatment be done A Our department treats people of all ages frominfancy through adulthood Q When should I seek help A Deciding when to seek help is entirely up to you If you have any doubts or questions that aren t being answered

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  • Resources
    P 858 576 1700 Programs Services Community Programs Child Maltreatment Programs International Services Support Groups Services Search All Find a Doctor Patients Visitors Your Child s Hospital Stay Pay Your Bill Financial Assistance Medical Records Health Information Exchanges MyChart About Us Who We Are Newsroom Patient Stories Research Get Involved Events Publications Health Safety Health Library Ask Your Nurse Videos Safety Store at Rady Children s Rethink Your Drink Injury Prevention Growing Up Columns Locations Main Campus Satellite Locations Emergency Urgent Care Programs Services Speech Language Pathology Resources Speech Language Pathology Resources Speech Language Pathology Team Signs of Speech Problems Evaluation Conditions Treated Services Speech Milestones Patient and Parent Education Frequently Asked Questions Resources Locations Resources Organizations American Speech Language Hearing Association http asha org The Childhood Apraxia of Speech Association of North America www apraxia kids org Aural Rehabilitation Cochlear Implant Listening and Spoken Language Knowledge Center http agbell org The Listening Room www hearingjourney com Listening Room preview cfm langid 1 Assistive Technology AT Network www atnet org San Diego Assistive Technology Center United Cerebral Palsy of San Diego County www ucpsdtechcenter org Rady Children s Hospital San Diego 3020 Children s Way San Diego CA 92123 Main

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  • Locations
    Safety Store at Rady Children s Rethink Your Drink Injury Prevention Growing Up Columns Locations Main Campus Satellite Locations Emergency Urgent Care Programs Services Speech Language Pathology Locations Speech Language Pathology Locations Speech Language Pathology Team Signs of Speech Problems Evaluation Conditions Treated Services Speech Milestones Patient and Parent Education Frequently Asked Questions Resources Locations Locations Speech Language Pathology Outpatient Clinics Main Location Map it 3665 Kearny Villa Road Suite

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  • Mission & Values
    Growing Up Columns Locations Main Campus Satellite Locations Emergency Urgent Care Programs Services Spiritual Care Mission Values Spiritual Care Mission Values Spiritual Care Mission Values Clinical Pastoral Education Hope Bereavement Support Program Volunteer Chaplain Program Resources Mission Values Rady Children s Hospital San Diego Mission Statement Since Rady Children s first opened its doors in 1954 our mission has been to restore sustain and enhance the health and developmental potential of children through excellence in care education research and advocacy Spiritual Care Department Mission Statement The mission of the Spiritual Care Department at Rady Children s is to provide exemplary spiritual care to patients and their families as well as to staff giving spiritual support with respect for each person s faith tradition and spiritual perspective and functioning in an interdisciplinary manner with other healthcare colleagues Values Respect Respect for each person s faith tradition and spiritual perspective in addition to cultural and ethnic identities Service Holistic and interdisciplinary spiritual care with compassion skill and integrity We treat those we serve with concern and kindness and act with openness and truthfulness Excellence Continuously striving for excellence in our spiritual care training programs and bereavement support Knowledge Making continuing education a

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  • Clinical Pastoral Education
    Pastoral Education Spiritual Care Clinical Pastoral Education Spiritual Care Mission Values Clinical Pastoral Education Hope Bereavement Support Program Volunteer Chaplain Program Resources Clinical Pastoral Education Thank you for your interest in the Clinical Pastoral Education Program at Rady Children s Hospital San Diego Unfortunately we are not accepting students for the CPE program at this time If you are interested in completeing CPE in the Southern California area go to www acpe edu and review the available CPE Centers near you If you have any questions regarding the CPE Program at Rady Children s feel free to email Rev Ryan Sey at rsey rchsd org What is Clinical Pastoral Education Clinical Pastoral Education is a theological and professional education for ministry It is a method of learning pastoral practice in a clinical setting under supervision implementing clinical work with case study and didactic teaching seminars Integration of pastoral practice theological understanding behavioral theory and spiritual development are part of the student s learning process CPE students meet during seminar times with their peer group and the supervisor for teaching case study and debriefing sessions Regular one on one supervision with the supervisor gives the student opportunity for individualized guidance during

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