Yes! I love early intervention! I am mom to 5 little boys, first 2 were very well spoken, my 3rd I had tested(they test for everything so don't freak) and he test above or average on everything except articulation and phonics...he recieved speech 2x's/week for about 2 years at home(or you can go somewhere else...wherever child will best be served) and he was declassified last Jan(07) and now is in kindergarden and needs no services! My 4th son is following suit, same thing...he gets speech 2x's/week and they expect to declassify him before he enters kindergarden...we have already teased about signing up our 5th :) Here's the great thing, you have him tested if he needs help he gets it, if not he's fine...if he's borderline you can retest every 6 months. My 4th son was a low average when we tested at 2, he didn't receive services...I took him back at 3 and now he gets speech...follow your mommy radar...plus the older they are the more that is expected of them so if you feel you need to follow up do! I would keep doing what you are doing...labeling things, also have him use a straw when he drinks and blow lots of bubbles outside...it helps strengthen the jaw. I love the program...they play games and the children have no idea that they are learning...every therapist we have had has been wonderful and my son has been in since nov and made huge progress...he used to just say nevermind or get frustrated and now he is starting to self correct and repeat himself...also the therapist can teach you how to show your child to make the sound that they are working on(they work on one, master it and move on) so when you want to help you can show the child physically how to move their mouth to make the sounds. I can't tell you how rewarding the program has been for us, we went through on Long Island and now here in Central NY and have had awesome results! You really just have to get over the stigma of there being "something wrong" with your child and remember just because they need help now doesn't mean they always will and it's so much easier on them (and everyone else) to fix it early! Also kids with older siblings develop their speech slower because someone is always speaking for them. Best of Luck!