In this episode, Dana Lawlor (Speech Language Pathologist) and Cynthia Miller-Lautman (Occupational Therapist) talk about some simple things that parents, educators, and family members can do to give their children exposure to language and help stimulate language learning. In Episode 6, Dana and Cynthia talked about how language develops and what a language disorder might look like. If you haven’t listened to Episode 6 yet, please listen to it before you listen to this one.
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