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Published on Jan 28, 2013
A tool which could radically improve the diagnosis of language delays in infants in the UK is being developed by psychologists. A £358,000 grant to develop the first standardised UK speech and language development tool means that for the first time, researchers will be able to establish language development norms for UK children aged eight months to 18 months. The tool will plug an important gap which has left UK researchers, education and health professionals at a disadvantage. Here we see Dr Katie Alcock from Lancaster University.