Who Can Benefit From Talk With Me Baby?
- Family Members
- Foster Families
- Social Workers
- Parent Educators
- Anyone who has contact with young children and their families!
Talk Early - Talk Often
Your baby can hear you as early as the third trimester of pregnancy! It’s never too early to start talking with your baby. TALK WITH ME BABY™ can give you ideas for tips for talking with your baby.
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