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Title: Helping your baby talk (PDF file) (Links to English resource)
Summary: Babies begin to learn from the moment they are born – first receptive language skills (understanding what they hear), then expressive language skills (speaking). You can help develop both kinds of language skills by talking, watching, listening, playing and sharing books with your baby.
Organisation: Speech Pathology Australia
Last reviewed: May 2018
Target audience: Parents
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