Disclosure Policy

At Speak Play Love we value privacy and therefore will not share your information with third parties except for gathering cookies.

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Amazon Affiliates:  As an Amazon Associate I may earn from qualifying purchases. (As an affiliate, we cannot see who buys what; it is anonymous! I always used to worry about that before I knew more about it.)

All opinions on posts are my own; I only recommend products that I stand behind. However, if you purchase a produce from Amazon that is different than advertised or was linked to in error, Margaret at SpeakPlayLove.com is not liable. Amazon, as a third party, also uses cookies to track advertising on SpeakPlayLove.com and their links. If you would like to read more about this, please read Amazon’s Operating Agreement.

Adult Supervision: All activities described on SpeakPlayLove.com require adult supervision. You know your child’s capabilities and tendencies, so please adjust accordingly. (e.g. Don’t use small pieces if your child still puts items in her mouth.)

Copyright: SpeakPlayLove.com retains the rights to posts and activities as well as any original pictures. Please do not republish articles without permission (email Margaret@speakplaylove.com).

However, if you are a blogger or website owner, you may use a short excerpt and one photograph from a post – if you do this please be sure to link back to the specific post that you found the information – and thanks for sharing with your readers!

Disclaimer: This site is for informational purposes only. No information shared here is meant to replace the evaluation and intervention of a licensed professional that can address your child’s specific needs. Every child is different. While I am a Speech-Language Pathologist, I am not your child’s SLP. Therefore this information is not specific to him/her.

If you have any concerns about your child’s speech and language development, I strongly urge you to contact a professional in your area. You can start with your pediatrician, your local Early Intervention Program, or a private Speech-Language Pathologist that is licensed for your state. A licensed professional can evaluate your child and determine if therapy is needed and/or if there are underlying factors that need to be addressed.

If you have any questions, please email me at Margaret@SpeakPlayLove.com

This disclosure policy is subject to change without notice and was last updated February 20, 2019.