Learn to Listen Listen to Learn

An important part of a child’s development is learning to listen. We depend on this lifelong skill to gain new information. It is a key component for following directions and answering questions while participating in daily experiences and routines. It also plays a  big role in keeping our children safe and healthy. Here are some “listening” pointers to help your child optimize his skills.

Set a good “listening” example:

Beth Cooper, M.S., CCC-SLP
Rehabilitation Associates, P.C.
DSAHR Advisory Board Member
Adapted with permission from the Downright Active Newsletter

This article first appeared in issue #15 of Down Syndrome Amongst Us


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