Re: Developmental Delays in someone else's child? Need advice.
I would give her a brochure about free services. Sounds like he may qualify for more than SLP. You might also mention in passing that though it can be scary, it gets the best results to deal with any potential problems early on, so he won't have trouble later in school. If they aren't open to it, there's nothing you can really do, except provide the info. If you're too pushy then they might take him elsewhere...