Perspectives on Parenting

Meyerhoff, Michael K.
January 2015
Pediatrics for Parents;Jan/Feb2015, Vol. 30 Issue 1/2, p8
The article discusses how parents can promote child's language development. It is said that language is underlies cognitive and social development in a child as well. Mild-to-moderate hearing loss is far more common and hard to detect so parents should ensure baby can hear well. Parents should also talk a lot to the baby since the time of his/her birth.


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