This Talks on Tuesday will review typical development of speech sounds in infants and toddlers. The presentation will address speech sound error patterns that are developmental in nature and those that warrant concern. Strategies for families and caregivers to use in everyday routines and activities will be highlighted.

Lissa Power-deFur, Ph.D. CCC-SLP is a professor, Graduate Coordinator, and Communication Sciences and Disorders
Director of the Longwood Center for Communication, Literacy, and Learning at Longwood University. Lissa provides early intervention services to children in the Heartland and is the grant manager for the Infant-Toddler Connection of the Heartland. She also serves as chair of the Virginia Interagency Coordinating Council.