Joint Attention

What is joint attention? Joint attention (JA) is the sharing of an experience between a child and their communication partner. It is also called shared attention and occurs when two people focus on the same thing. Joint attention can look and sound like many things....

Toys to Promote Speech & Language Development

Images in this blog post contain Amazon affiliate links. Children spend most of their time in play which helps them understand their environment and interact with people. Nothing beats toys that children can hold and share with others. As a pediatric speech-language...

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