Description - BabyTalk by Sally Ward
The ability to use language well is one of the greatest gifts you can give your children. Helping them to communicate, to listen, and to understand, will build the foundation of their future learning. BabyTalk is a revolutionary programme for babies and children up to the age of four from leading language therapist Dr Sally Ward. The programme will:--optimise your child's language development--Enhance your child's ability to concentrate and learn--Enrich your child's imaginative play--Maximise the potential of your child's intelligenceThe BabyTalk programme takes just half an hour of playtime a day, is simple, stress-free, easily followed by any parent, carer or childcare professional - and above all, is great fun!
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(216mm x 135mm x 26mm)
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An imaginative manual to help you develop your baby's language skills from the word go, tapping into any child's maximum potential. The author is a British speech and language therapist who developed the BabyTalk programme from a scheme to help children who showed early delay in language development. Independent assessment demonstrated that it enabled them to progress to their expected ability and beyond, so the idea that it might help all children grew. The scheme is claimed to boost language development and learning potential, and involves just half an hour of play-time daily, suitable from birth up to around age four. (Kirkus UK)
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Author Biography - Sally Ward
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.