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Reducing Jargon and Babbling in Children

Presented by: Carrie Clark, CCC-SLP

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After this webinar, you will be able to...

  • Describe the difference between typical and atypical use of jargon.
  • List 4 strategies that can be taught to parents to support language development for children who use jargon.
  • Describe the difference between true twin language and a shared speech/language delay in twins.
  • List 3 factors to consider when determining whether a child is using jargon or multiple speech errors.
  • List 4 potential therapy targets for treatment of children with speech/language delays who use jargon.


Carrie Clark, CCC-SLP

Carrie Clark is the founder and owner of Speech and Language Kids, LLC. Carrie has experience working in the public schools as well as in private practice. Carrie now runs the Speech and Language Kids website where she spends her time poring over the current research in the field of speech-language pathology and creating evidence-based trainings and resources for others in the field.

Disclosure Statements: Carrie Clark is the owner at Speech and Language Kids LLC 

  • Financial— Receives a salary from Speech and Language Kids LLC as the owner and sole operator. 
  • Nonfinancial— No relevant nonfinancial relationship exists.  


  • 0-5 Minutes: Introduction
  • 5-15 Minutes: When Babbling is Normal vs. When it’s Atypical 
  • 15-25 Minutes: Parent Training and/or Direct Treatment for Normal Jargon and Jargon in Late Talkers  
  • 25-35 Minutes: The Chance of “Twin Language” or “Pidgin Language” that Sounds Like Jargon 
  • 35-45 Minutes: Determining the Difference Between Multiple Sound Errors and Jargon  
  • 45-55 Minutes: Therapy Suggestions for Jargon Use in Children with Speech/Language Delays and Disorders
  • 55-60 Minutes: Summary and Q&A  
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