Could Face Masks Cause Speech Development Issues?

“If you have a babysitter or other caregivers coming into the home, consider having them use masks that have clear cutouts for the mouth or face shields so kids can see the full face without barriers,” says Cheryl Pizappi, MS, supervisor of the speech department at Children’s Specialized Hospital in Clifton, Bayonne and Newark. Read more.

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