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In 2005, our son started speech therapy. Our son has exceptionally rare medical conditions that delayed him from reaching the normal milestones we expect to see from kids. At that time, he made few sounds that weren’t laughing or crying. I was eager to see progress and hear the profound thoughts that my 2 year old was not yet able to vocalize. My wife took him to most of the speech therapy appointments. In the evenings, she would describe what they were working on and how Max was participating. Despite the complexity of all his medical challenges, we wanted him to progress in speech therapy for two reasons. First, speech therapists are often the people you are referred to when you need thera

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