Let’s Talk: Role of language development in helping to build communication & learning skills in your child
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Let’s Talk is a booklet that talks about the role of language development in helping to build communication and learning skills in your child.

Speech is one of the key ways of interacting with the external world. One of the important milestones in a child’s early years is gaining the ability to engage in continuous rapport with people living around them.

A child’s speech acquisition journey begins with –

– the mastery over speech sounds

– gaining the ability to learn words

– Stringing words into complete sentences and

– eventually, speaking a language.

Here we present Let’s Talk, a booklet as a talking guide to help understand ways in which caregivers can easily engage in conversation with their child to strengthen his/her communication skills. Speech and communication not only help the child with the expression of his/her thoughts but also form the cornerstone of higher learning abilities. Download this Let’s Talk booklet to understand the role of language development and how simple everyday occurrences at home may be good coaching guides for speech learning. You can also use this booklet to learn of ways in which toys and books may be used as play tools to engage in conversation with your child starting as early as infancy, till over 4 years of age.

 

You may also download a language development infographic for a quick reference. Additionally, you can also check videos on speech, language and communication.

If you have questions about Autism, Down Syndrome, ADHD, or other intellectual disabilities, or have concerns about developmental delays in a child, the Nayi Disha team is here to help. For any questions or queries, please contact our FREE Helpline at 844-844-8996. You can call or what’s app us.

DISCLAIMER: Please note that this guide is for information purposes only. Please consult a qualified health practitioner for safe management.

 

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