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Description - Babytalk by Sally Ward

After thirty years of working as one of Britain's leading language therapists, Dr Sally Ward has discovered the three factors that are directly responsible for the development of a child's ability to speak - and, more importantly, has developed a programme for controlling and using these factors to maximise a child's learning curve. Background noise, the amount of time a parent spends talking to the child, and the way in which a parent speaks to a child are the basis of the BabyTalk programme, which, over the last seven years, had had results beyond her wildest dreams. Children who had gone through the programme accelerated their language and comprehension skills at least a year beyond their age, and because the BabyTalk programme doesn't just affect a child's verbal abilities, participation also resulted in a dramatic increase in their IQ.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9780099297208
ISBN-10: 0099297205
Format: Paperback
(216mm x 135mm x 25mm)
Pages: 352
Imprint: Arrow Books Ltd
Publisher: Cornerstone
Publish Date: 1-Jan-2004
Country of Publication: United Kingdom

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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.

Books By Sally Ward

BabyTalk by Sally Ward
Paperback, May 2001