Importance of Early Intervention for Speech Disorders

What is Early Intervention? Importance of Early Intervention for Speech Disorders, The early years of a child are crucial for speech and language skills. This is because young children’s brains develop very quickly. It absorbs skills easily. The time period from birth to 3 years is important. The early intervention services are up to 5 …

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Teaching Turn Taking and Imitation for Communication

Did you know, children can learn to have conversations even before they talk! One of the key features of communication is taking turns. Just as we hit a ball back and forth when playing tennis, we use the same kinds of ‘turns’ when we communicate. You can work with your child on taking turns for …

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How to Stimulate Babies to Talk?

   Stimulate Babies to Talk, Baby’s first year will have many changes and developments – From the smiles, gurgles, and coos to learning to say “mama” or “dada” or any other words. Babies enjoy communicating with others and also they expect you to react for it. It is very important to keep encouraging your child …

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Talking Tips for Babies and Young Children

Babies and toddlers are keen at learning all the time, even when they seem not to be doing much. Knowing how to interact and how it helps them with their listening, understanding, talking and making sounds is important for parents. We have borrowed some ubiquitous technology terms to run you through these tips! Do you Facetime, sign-in, kindle with your …

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10 Myths About Children Who Are Learning to Talk!

  About Children Who Are Learning to Talk! – Learning to talk is a complex process. You might have heard many pieces of advice and tales on how children learn to talk. Let’s expose a few myths and hear out the truth. 1. Using Gestures/Signs and Pictures will inhibit my child’s language development False: The …

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