~ Communication development begins with pre-verbal skills in the first year. ~ The first three years, so very important for brain growth, set the stage for later social, emotional interaction and learning.
~ Pre-school language development provides an important basis for later academics, as it involves vocabulary, sentence structure, following directions and more.
~ Children who have difficulty with schoolwork, or have behavior problems, may have a language delay or disorder affecting their performance.
~ Children who are picky eaters may have sensory issues that can be improved.
~ We make learning rewarding and fun. Parents are the first teachers. Let us share tips to maximize potential!
Young Learning Opportunities also hosts teachmespeech.com for further information.
$30 'Skype' consults available for those who are curious, have a few questions or concerns, are a new parent or have a child who is different from your others, would like some tips, and to decide if more help is desired. This is easy, brief, inexpensive, and has received wonderful feedback from parents! Please contact by e mail through teachmespeech.com, providing some basic information.