Late Talker Toddler Study: Growing Words

Does your toddler know lots of words, but only says a few? The University of Sydney needs your help.

Sydney Parents! Do you have a ‘late talking’ toddler? The University of Sydney is conducting research to discover new ways of helping late talking toddlers learn words and would love to hear from you.

Up to 1 in 5 toddlers are ‘late to talk’. This is where they know lots of words but only say a few. Late talkers may also have difficulty learning to read later.



If you have a toddler aged 24 to 30 months with no other developmental issues, are concerned about their talking and speak English as the main language at home, get in touch today.

This is an opportunity for parents to learn more about your toddlers’ talking. Study participants will be required to visit the Faculty of Health Sciences in Lidcombe twice a week for two months.



If you would like to learn more about the Growing Words study or express your interest, please email speech.study@sydney.edu.au or phone: (02) 9351 9696. You can also click here for further contact details.

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