Babytalk

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Penguin Random House, 2004 - 340 Seiten
The ability to use language well is one of the greatest gifts we can give to our children. Helping them to communicate, to listen and to understand, establishes the foundation of all their future learning. BabyTalk is a revolutionary new program based on groundbreaking research by leading language therapist Dr. Sally Ward. After thirty years as a therapist, Dr. Ward has identified three factors directly responsible for the development of a child's ability to speak: background noise, the amount of time parents or caregivers spend talking to a child, and the way in which a parent speaks to a child. These three factors form the basis of the BabyTalk program which has had extremely positive results, results which have far exceeded Dr. Ward's expectations.
The BabyTalk program takes just half an hour of playtime a day. It is simple, stress-free, and can be easily followed by any parent, caregiver or childcare professional. Best of all, it's a lot of fun!
The BabyTalk program:
Optimizes children's language development
Enhances children's ability to concentrate and learn
Enriches children's imaginative play
Maximizes children's potential intelligence

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Dr Sally Ward qualified as a speech and language therapist in London before marrying and moving to Manchester where she had three children. From 1980 she worked at the Mancunian Community National Health Service Trust, and was appointed Chief Speech and Language Therapist with responsibility for children with language, hearing and learning difficulties. She was also appointed Advisor in Developmental Language Disability to the Royal College of Speech and language Therapists. Following the completion of her PhD, she became the Trust's Principal Speech and Language Therapist. From there she went on to develop the BabyTalk programme. Sadly, Sally died last year.

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