Speech therapy that gets your child talking from home.

Learn how to get your child talking more, using daily routines for language growth, without the stress, and while seeing progress quickly—or your money back.

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I'm Eli Lowham, M.S. CCC-SLP

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My Talk Time Courses offer 4+ hours of content across 40+ lessons, where you’ll learn the exact strategies I use and you can use to get your child talking more, using daily routines for language growth, without the stress and while seeing progress quickly.


Here’s a sneak peek of the course curriculum for my Talk Time – Toddler Course:

  1. Welcome
  2. What This Course Offers
  3. Why I Created This Course
  4. How This Course is Organized
  5. How Much Time Will I Need?
  6. What’s My Impact as a Parent?
  1. The Objective
  2. Basic Terminology
  3. Developmental Milestones
  4. Typical Language Development
  5. Babbling
  6. Average Expressive Vocabulary
  7. Speech Sound Development
  8. Phonological Processes
  9.  What Counts as a Word?
  10. The Importance of Milestones
  11. Debunking Common Myths
  12. Optional Activity
  13. Terminology and Milestones Quiz

10+ Video Lessons

Here’s word-for-word examples of what I say and do to expand a child’s vocabulary in these morning activities, from a speech language pathologist.


  1. Waking Up
  2. Getting Dressed
  3. Breakfast Time
  4. Brushing Teeth
  5. Playing with Toys
  6. Reading a Morning Story
  7. Good Morning Songs
  8. Morning Walk or Outdoor Play
  9. Pretend Play
  10. Getting Ready to Leave the House

Here’s word-for-word examples of what I say and do to expand a child’s vocabulary in these afternoon activities, from a speech language pathologist.


  1. Lunchtime
  2. Afternoon Snack
  3. Nap Time
  4. Playing in the Park
  5. Afternoon Songs
  6. Choosing an Afternoon Activity
  7. Interactive Playtime
  8. Crafting or Coloring Time
  9. Backyard Exploration or Nature Walk
  10. Pretend Play or Shop Play

Here’s word-for-word examples of what I say and do to expand a child’s vocabulary in these evening activities, from a speech language pathologist.


  1. Preparing Dinner
  2. Dinner Time
  3. Evening Bath
  4. Getting Dressed for Bed
  5. Bedtime Storytelling
  6. Evening Playtime
  7. Stargazing or Night Walk
  8. Pretend Camping or Fort-Building
  9. Looking at Family Photos
  10. Preparing for Bed
  1. Grocery Shopping
  2. Park Visit
  3. Helping with Simple Errands
  4. Visit to the Library
  5. Trip to the Zoo
  6. Stroll in the Neighborhood
  7. Visit to a Farmer’s Market
  8. Playdate at a Friend’s House
  9. Water Day
  10. Nature Walk or Park Visit
  1. Embracing Two World Through Language
  2. What is Bilingualism?
  3. Common Questions & Concerns
  4. Benefits of a Bilingual Upbringing
  5. Dos and Don’ts
  1. Why Start Early
  2. How to Choose Books for Toddlers
  3. Tips for Reading Aloud
  4. ‘Read’ Wordless Picture Books
  5. Do What They Do
  1. When They Say It Wrong
  2. Sound Activities
  1. Use Your Words
  2. Be a Model
  3. Emotions Everywhere
  4. Act Out Your Feelings
  5. Guess the Emotion
  6. Managing Behaviors
  1. What is Stuttering?
  2. Responding to Stuttering
  1. Paint and Talk
  2. Make an Instrument
  3. Sensory Play
  1. Talk About It
  2. Establish a Set Schedule
  3. Visit the Preschool
  1. Understanding Screen Time
  2. The Pros and Cons
  3. Striking a Balance with Screen Time
  1. Hearing Screenings and Ear Infections
  2. Articulation or Phonological Delay/Disorder
  3. Language Delay/Disorder
  4. Working with a Speech-Language Pathologist
  1. End-Of-Course Questionairre


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40+ Daily Activities That Teach Your Child to Talk

40+ Daily Activity Pages

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Who are my courses for?

As a loving parent, you want the best for your child, especially when it comes to their speech and language skills. Perhaps you’ve noticed some delays or simply want to provide them with a strong foundation. 


You’re not an expert in language development, but you’re passionate about your child’s growth. Your challenge lies in finding the most effective ways to support them among the overwhelming sea of advice.


But you’re ready to take action. You see the value in investing time now for your child’s long-term benefit. You’re ready to learn proven, simple strategies that can be easily fit into daily routines.


With this course, you’re taking a significant step towards ensuring your child’s successful language development. Enroll today and empower your child’s future!

Who are my courses NOT for?

You love your child and like the idea of improving their speech and language skills. But you’re not ready to actively facilitate their language development right now.


If you’re not ready to apply what you learn, this course may not offer you the value you seek. If your situation or mindset changes in the future, I’ll be here to support you with effective, proven strategies.


How much time will I need?

“I’m a busy parent. How much extra time each day will I need to use these strategies?”


The strategies in the courses are designed to be seamlessly incorporated into your everyday interactions and routines with your child. It’s not about finding extra time; it’s about using the time you already have more effectively.

Are the courses based on scientific research?

Yes, all the advice and strategies provided in the e-book are based on scientific research and best practices in the field of early language development.

Will I always have access to the course?

Yes. Once you’ve paid for the course you’ll always have access. This means that you’ll also have access to the course as I continue to upgrade and improve my lessons over time.

Is there a money back guarantee?

I want the investment in these courses to be an absolute no-brainer for you. So, if you watch the video lessons, complete all the tasks, and still don’t find the course useful, drop me an email and I’ll happily refund your full payment within 60 days of purchasing the course.

What's the best age to start speech therapy for toddlers?

The quick answer is that the best age to start speech therapy for toddlers is whenever you notice your child may be falling behind. Boosting toddler’s speech and language development early on can have a significant impact because their brains are developing so rapidly. But it’s also never too late to start speech therapy for toddlers because speech therapists have strategies to support children at all ages and stages of development.

Are the courses suitable for bilingual parents or those who wish their children to be bilingual?

Absolutely! The strategies and information provided in the courses can be applied to both monolingual and bilingual language development. I also debunk some common myths about bilingualism, such as it causing language delays.

Will the course help if my child has a language delay?

Whether your child is developing typically or experiencing language delays—such as being a late talker, speech-delayed, non-verbal, or minimally verbal—these courses are designed for you.