Children with communication impairments face the greatest challenge in accessing vital services. In Uganda like many other developing countries there is a general lack of adequate experts to work with these vulnerable persons. Although there are encouraging initiatives to meet the needs of persons with communication difficulties, the burden still remains with the parents who in most cases are less empowered to meet this natural but daunting obligation. This publication is a timely intervention which can be a useful tool to direct efforts geared towards research and other development initiatives in the least served parts of the world. The book offers many insights into opportunities relating to language development among of children with learning difficulties and associated speech delays which can be adapted with minimal resources for the benefit different stakeholders more especially the parents. As a point of departure, the book recommends practical ways working with parents and and research endeavors as a means of serving as many children with learning difficulties with associated speech and language delays in Uganda and other countries in similar situations.