Encourage Learning, Security & Confidence Through Communication and Play

It makes intuitive sense that communication and play during the first 0-12 months of a baby’s life help set the tone for the child’s relationship with the world around them. But how do we proactively and thoughtfully communicate with a baby in a way that encourages learning, emotional security and confidence?

Ayelet Marinovich
Ayelet Marinovich

We enlisted Ayelet Marinovich M.A., CCC-SLP to help answer this question. Ayelet is a pediatric speech-language pathologist, parent educator, singer and mother based in the San Francisco Bay Area. She is the creator of Strength In Words, whose mission is to promote caregiver / baby interaction and support parent education through music, play, sensory experiences, and language-rich environments. Her current passions include spending time with her family, and creating a community of support for families of young children with infants & toddlers of all developmental levels. You can learn more on www.strengthinwords.com

Here’s what you’ll learn on episode 51 of Fourth Trimester Podcast:

  • How to support early communication – from birth and beyond!
  • How to be musical with your baby (even if you don’t consider yourself “musical”)
  • Tips for raising a bilingual/multilingual baby
  • Why the tools to support your baby’s development are already in your home

You can reach out to Ayelet directly with your speech, language & communication development questions at [email protected]

Listen to Ayelet & Sarah on the Fourth Trimester Podcast Episode 51. Click here for iTunes and click here for Google Podcasts. Enjoy! xo