Parent-child dialogue promotes language development in toddlers
New research suggests that frequent dialogue between adults and children strengthens connections between brain regions critical for language development.
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Her youngest daughter has mild-to-moderately severe bilateral sensorineural hearing loss, probably genetic. She wears Phonak Sky hearing aids, which she got at three months old.
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