Know the signs of RSV
It’s RSV season, and this common virus can be very dangerous for infants.
Speech, language and communication are critical areas of development for any child. From encouraging babbling to banter, supporting kids’ efforts in communication will help their ability to express needs, wants and emotions. As your child’s parent or caregiver, you are their first and best teacher.
So what exactly do you need to know and do to support their learning? Sydney Miklas, a speech language pathologist with Sharp Rees-Stealy Medical Group, shares five tips to stimulate your toddler’s language development and help them blossom into a confident communicator.
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Sydney Miklas is a speech language pathologist with Sharp Rees-Stealy Medical Group.
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