Making Sense of Echolalia: It’s All About Language Development

Description – Research has long-established that echolalic language can be stored and used to communicate and is the foundation of language development for children who are ‘gestalt language processors.’ But today’s echolalic kids sound different and seem more delayed. Presented by Marge Blanc, M.A., CCC-SLP, Speech-Language Pathologist, this webinar will explore if this old research still applies.

To join this webinar click here on March 4 at 1 pm ET.