From birth, children learn to communicate in a variety of ways including through eye gazes, gestures and vocalizations. For children who are delayed in their communication skills, intervention can begin at less than one year of age. Improved ability to communicate reduces frustration as children become older. Language and speech therapy for kids helps improve their communication skills verbally, by using gestures, sign language or the use of augmentative devices. We also equip parents and caregivers to stimulate their child’s communication skills.