This adorable boy is Clay, working with his Kids Who Count Speech Therapist, Darla Davis.
Not too long ago, cute Clay wasn’t talking, and he was not passing hearing tests, so his family was worried. After a surgery and several visits at his home with Darla, Clay has become a “whole new child,” his mother, Lindsey said.
“He’s confident, he can communicate, and he’s happy, which makes us happy!” Lindsay said. “Thank you Darla!”
The family learned how to help Clay communicate and how to help him understand. “It’s been wonderful being able to understand him more and see his speech blossom,” she said.
Now, there is much less frustration at home, more communication, and everyone in the family is happier. Clay’s success equals a whole family’s success! We’re so proud of Clay and his family.
If you are concerned about your child’s development or have questions about developmental milestones, contact us at 801.423.3000. The earlier you seek help the better. Early Intervention is for children ages birth to 3 and their families. Acting early on developmental concerns can make a real difference for your child.