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Old June 29th 22, 02:46 PM
JohnWeiden JohnWeiden is offline
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Hi all! I'm looking for a competent speech therapist for my son. Please share if you know such.
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Old June 29th 22, 02:50 PM
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Hi! Good question. Why don't you try online lessons? On this website https://logoped-us.com/ you can find good specialists and work with them online.
 




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