Reviews on Walkie Talkie Speech Therapy
Walkie Talkie Speech Therapy in The Media
Moms Love Our Course
Janique is a mother of several children and an educator. Her pediatrician initially had concerns that her daughter was showing signs of Autism. So, Janique joined the course and dedicated herself to learning my step-by-step guide to teaching her toddler to talk. Now her daughter has a vocabulary of over 100 words and the pediatrician doesn’t suspect Autism anymore.
As a military family, Irene had limited resources when it came to helping her daughter speak. At 16 months, her daughter’s vocabulary should have included nearly 30 words, but instead, only included 3.
However, Irene didn’t lose hope. She searched for tips online and came across the Walkie Talkie Speech Therapy YouTube videos and fell in love with how much they worked for her daughter. This prompted her to purchase the How to Teach My Toddler to Talk. Read Irene’s fulls story here.
Dads Enjoy our Course
These first-time parents were at a loss for how to get their son to speak. At 17 months, his vocabulary should have included 50 words—but he was having trouble finding his voice.
Parents with Autistic Kids Value our Course
Austin was diagnosed with Autism in the summer of his first session. As a result of this diagnosis, he struggled with a speech delay, eye contact, and socialization skills. The simplicity of the online course, combined with the engaging material and step-by-step guidance, has made a huge impact on Austin’s speech development. Read Austin’s full story here.
Doctors and Nurses Approve our Course
Teachers Advocate for our Course
Cari has been an early childhood educator for over 20 years and lived with the mindset that kids who live in sociable homes like her own, shouldn’t require speech therapy.
However, when Cari’s two children struggled to find their voice, she turned to Walkie Talkie Speech Therapy for help. It was through the “How to Teach a Toddler to Talk” course that Cari realized that there was more she could be doing for her children.
Why wait? Make a difference in your toddler’s life today
You need to know what to do and your child needs to learn to communicate. You can’t afford to spend months on a waitlist or to “wait and see” if your child catches up on their own.
Learn to help your child with my simple, step-by-step process that fits into your daily routines. By modifying what you’re doing, you will get more value out of the time spent on language therapy for your child.
Just 15 minutes of practice each day can make the difference and help you connect with your toddler. Many of the parents I’ve coached see remarkable results in a short period of time.