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But the course is still available!

Great job finishing the course!

Now that you’ve completed my main course, keep that momentum going and learn how to take your child’s language to the next level with my advanced course. 

Although your child is talking, you may have noticed that they are not talking as much as other children their age and aren’t combining words to create meaningful phrases.

How many words should your child use?​

  • 12 Months = 2-6 words
    (other than “mama” and “dada”)
  • 15 Months =10 words
  • 18 months =50 words
  • 24 Months =200-300 words
  • 30 Months=450 words
  • 36 Months =1,000 words

How many words should your child use?​

Although your child is talking, you may have noticed that they are not talking as much as other children their age and aren’t combining words to create meaningful phrases.

12 Months = 2-6 words
(other than “mama” and “dada”)
15 Months =10 words
18 months =50 words
24 Months =200-300 words
30 Months=450 words
36 Months =1,000 words

How many words should your child use?​

Although your child is talking, you may have noticed that they are not talking as much as other children their age and aren’t combining words to create meaningful phrases.

  • 12 Months = 2-6 words
    (other than “mama” and “dada”)
  • 15 Months =10 words
  • 18 months =50 words
  • 24 Months =200-300 words
  • 30 Months=450 words
  • 36 Months =1,000 words

Let's get your child preschool ready with my advanced course.

I’m Kayla, you may know me from YouTube! I’m a speech-language pathologist with 10 years of professional experience with young children. After countless requests, I’ve created these courses for you that includes the education, activities, and handouts you need to start working with your child towards successful communication.

With this shorter, advanced course I’ll explain the techniques I use daily with my clients and show video examples of me in action. You’ll even see several BEFORE and AFTER videos to show the progress my clients have made.

Did you know? Most toddlers start using two and three words phrase between 21 and 24 months of age? If your child is not meeting these average numbers and not creating phrases yet – don’t waste time!

I’m Kayla, you may know me from YouTube! I’m a speech-language pathologist with 10 years of professional experience with young children. After countless requests, I’ve created these courses for you that includes the education, activities, and handouts you need to start working with your child towards successful communication.

With this shorter, advanced course I’ll explain the techniques I use daily with my clients and show video examples of me in action. You’ll even see several BEFORE and AFTER videos to show the progress my clients have made.

Did you know? Most toddlers start using two and three words phrase between 21 and 24 months of age? If your child is not meeting these average numbers and not creating phrases yet – don’t waste time!

This course is for children who ...

  • Are between 21 months and 5 years old
  • Use at least 75 words independently and regularly. (Words they’ve said only once or in imitation don’t count.)
  • Aren’t imitating phrases
  • Aren’t independently combining words

This course is for children who ...

Are between 21 months and 5 years old
Use at least 75 words independently and regularly.
(Words they’ve said only once or in imitation don’t count.)
Aren’t imitating phrases
Aren’t independently combining words

This course is for children who ...

  • Are between 21 months and 5 years old
  • Use at least 75 words independently and regularly. (Words they’ve said only once or in imitation don’t count.)
  • Aren’t imitating phrases
  • Aren’t independently combining words

Don't wait — start making progress now!

Choosing to “wait and see” if your child catches up on their own or waiting until a spot opens up on the long clinic waitlist means precious time wasted. Don’t let your child needlessly continue in frustration and anxiety without a way to communicate more fully with you when you could start my advanced video course now.

You can immediately start implementing impactful strategies that can help alleviate stress and frustration for you and your child while opening up the pathway for communication and connection.

All of this for the one-time price of $199! This 8 lesson course is cheaper than one private speech therapy session (which can cost up to $300 an hour)! To give you the very best value possible, I’ve included SIX MONTHS worth of education and activities organized into about 1.5 hours of video education.

Course Curriculum

This course includes 1.5 hours of education in 8 short and engaging lessons.

  • Lesson 1: Five Essentials for Language Development
  • Lesson 2: How to Boost Vocabulary
  • Bonus Video: Activities for Boosting Vocabulary (with printable PDFs!)
  • Lesson 3: Strategy 1 for Phrases
  • Lesson 4: Strategy 2 for Phrases
  • Lesson 5: Strategy 3 for Phrases
  • Lesson 6: Strategy 4 for Phrases
  • Lesson 7: Strategy 5 for Phrases
  • Lesson 8: Common Questions Answered

Frequently Asked Questions

When does the course start and finish?

The full course is available NOW! It is a self-paced online course – you decide when you start and when you finish.

How long do I have access to the course?

After enrolling, you have one year of access to this course.

Is this meant to replace in-person speech therapy?

For best results, use this course in addition to working in-person with a qualified Speech-Language Pathologist. This course is not meant to replace in-person speech therapy but provide education.

How long is the course?

This course is about 3.5 hours of video education that is broken up into small, achievable chunks.

Is this course good for children at-risk or diagnosed with Autism?

Yes. This course covers some of the same essential techniques that are applicable for children at-risk or diagnosed with Autism. Lessons 1 and 2 are especially geared towards these types of children.

What ages is this course for?

This course is appropriate for most children between the ages of 12 months and 5 years of age. Lessons 1, 2, and 3 specifically go through younger developing skills that must be mastered in order for the other important speech skills to develop.

My child is talking but not very much, is this course right for them?

This course is great for children who have a below-average vocabulary size. That means they are not using the number of words that most kids their age are using. For words to count as a vocabulary word they should be used independently (not just repeated after an adult) and regularly (words that were used in the past or just once or twice do not count). I typically don’t count ABC or numbers as words because they are not used functionally to get wants and needs met.

Let’s keep the momentum going!

My techniques won’t take much time to learn or much extra time to use as most of the techniques will naturally fit into your daily routines, but by tweaking what you are already doing you can make your time more effective for language learning than ever before.

Additionally, by implementing even just 15 minutes per day using my suggested activities you will be connecting with your child on a deeper level and can see amazing social and language results in a short matter of time.

YOU can help your child communicate!  Why wait? Start helping your child move from words to phrases today. 

* Disclaimer: Taking this course does not create a therapist-patient relationship and results are not guaranteed. Every child is different and this may not be suitable for all children. Defer to your own speech-language pathologist as this course is not meant to replace in-person speech therapy but provide education.