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Author Archives: Carole Asselin

Choices are important

Choices are important

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When a child learns to speak, it will happen gradually. We likely won't know when the first word will appear, in what context, or even what will be that word. That will be a surprise. After the child starts to realize the power of the spoken words, the language will develop faster. But as parents, we tend to be impatient and wish it was even faster than that. More

She does not want to repeat

She does not want to repeat

When a young child starts to say words, parents are often ecstatic and would love the child to say them over and over again. However, that is not always what happens, and once the child has said a word one time, it might be a few days or weeks until he says it again even… More

My baby’s hearing

My baby’s hearing

When babies are born, they already have the ability to hear. In fact, several months before they are born, they can react to sound. Have you ever noticed, during pregnancy, how a baby will move more when there are sounds around, or when mom sings, or plays music? Yes, babies can hear during pregnancy, so… More

Using signs with baby

Using signs with baby

When your baby is learning to communicate, he does it in various ways: crying, smiling, turning his head, stretching his arms, etc. Very early, we also use and teach common gestures like pointing, “bye bye”, “sh”, extending the hand for “give me” and such. Although we will spontaneously use and teach those gestures, some parents are… More

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