Talking about development : a parent and caregiver's guide to the world of development and early intervention

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Title: Talking about development : a parent and caregiver's guide to the world of development and early intervention
Author: Litts, Juliana Kay
Abstract: Parents and caregivers spend the most time interacting with young children during their first years of life when development in many areas is happening at an incredible rate. It is important for all these adults to understand what typical development looks like, to know some strategies for supporting children’s development, and to know where and when to get help if the child’s development needs to be supported. This report serves as an all-inclusive guide for parents and caregivers to help in understanding typical development and in identifying when young children need additional help to achieve important developmental milestones.
Department: Communication Sciences and Disorders
Subject: Early intervention Child development Parent guide Support strategies
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2152/ETD-UT-2011-05-2875
Date: 2011-05

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