Communication is commonly defined as “the imparting or interchange of thoughts, opinions, or in-formation by speech, writing, or signs.’ The development of communication skills begins in infancy, before the emergence of the first word.Communication disorders includes is a speech and language disorder which refers to problems in communication and in related areas such as oral motor function. The delays and disorders can range from simple sound substitution to the ability to understand or use of language.In present world, most of the people of are aware of the common speech and language disorders like Autism, Down syndrome, hearing loss, Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD) etc. In spite of this, many parents bring their children with communication difficulties to us when they would have already passed their critical age for language acquisition. It is extremely important to remem-ber that children have a “critical period” for learning language. This is true no matter which com-munication strategies and communication tools you choose to help your child to learn language. Children learn language best during early childhood (0-5 years) and after which language acquisition is much more difficult and ultimately less successful. Do not wait and hope your child will outgrow a communication problem in later years of life. This does not mean that older kids can’t make progress; they may progress at a slower rate. Early spoken language disorders can also result in problems with behavior, academics and social communication skills. Early detection leads to early treatment and better is the prognosis. Here are some of the signs to help you determine if your child has a speech and language disorder. It will help you to know about typical speech and language development. If you have serious concerns regarding your child’s speech and language development it is very im-portant to seek professional help. A speech language pathologist can determine if your child’s speech difficulties are age appropriate or if they would further benefit from speech-language therapy. A comprehensive evaluation with the help of interview and different standardized tests will help to determine whether the child has any other underlying issues related to child development disorders and to decide the need for therapy services.