Date: April 2, 2017
Subject: Orthophony: Stimulate language up to one-year-old with Johanne Bédard, M.O.A., speech therapist
Online Facebook video with Johanne Bédard, M.O.A., speech therapist. She has over 30 years of experience with pre-school, school and adult clients. We are discussing language stimulation in babies under one-year-old. How does the language mechanism evolve? How does language develop in infants according to their age? How to stimulate language acquisition. When to worry if baby doesn’t talk?
Introduction: importance of communication, general language learning, bilingualism
00:05:00: Understanding language development in infants
00:17:00: Language expression in babies from 0 to 2-month-old
00:17:20: Sign language with baby, practice sign language
00:25:00: Language expression in babies from 2 to 4-month-old
00:27:00: Language expression in babies from 4 to 6-month-old
00:29:00: Language expression in babies from 6 to 8-month-old
00:40:00: Language expression in babies from 9 to 12-month-old
00:47:00: Longer-term language development between 18-month-old and 5 year-old
00:47:00: How to stimulate an infant’s language (vocabulary, pronunciation, intention, sentence structure)?
01:00:00: When to get professional advice for a language disorder in your child?
To complete your knowledge on the subject, you can watch these videos:
- Motor Development From 0-12 Months with Cynthia Fontaine, Physiotherapist (Live Video)
- Preparing for Daycare
Read this blog article:
- Eczema and Babies
- Developing language from 0 to 1 year old: the required communication skills
- Language development – from birth to one-year-old
- How to help your baby’s language from birth to one-year-old?
- Témoignage d’un papa : signer avec bébé
Johanne Bédard, M.O.A.