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GNR's Talk With Me Baby Events

See photos from our recent Talk With Me Baby events!

3/8/18 – Lawrenceville

2/14/18 – Norcross

1/30/18 – Lilburn

7/24/17 – Rockdale

Talk With Me Baby

 

 

Talk With Me Baby is a partnership of six lead organizations that are committed to ensuring that every newborn in Georgia receives essential language nutrition and has the opportunity to reach their full potential. The lead partners are: the Georgia Department of Public Health and Department of Education, Emory University’s School of Nursing and Department of Pediatrics, the Marcus Autism Center at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, the Atlanta Speech School’s Rollins Center for Language and Literacy, and Get Georgia Reading – Georgia’s Campaign for Grade Level Reading.

 

What Families Can Do:

Parents are a baby’s first and best teachers.  Here are some tips and examples that will help you have quality conversations with your baby.

 

Why Talking Matters: 

A baby’s brain grows super fast.  Research shows the number of loving words a baby hears in the first three years of life makes a BIG difference.  Learn more here.

 

Become a Coach:

Want to make a difference in the lives of children and parents? Get the necessary training to become a Talk With Me Baby coach for your hospital or community.  Learn how to get started. 

 

Spread the Word:

Share the message of language nutrition! Follow Talk With Me Baby on social media to join a community of adults positively impacting the future by talking with their babies! Click here! 

 

Watch Videos:

Language nutrition comes in many forms, from purposeful teaching, to silly dance-offs, and many things in between.  Browse the Talk With Me Baby collection of videos to see how you can work language nutrition into your life with your baby every day.  Click Here!

 

Download the App

Language nutrition on-the-go! Download the free Talk With Me Baby app to get weekly lessons, track your baby’s milestones, get talking tips, and share your own experiences talking with your baby. Click Here. 

 

All information courtesy of the Talk With Me Baby initiative, www.talkwithmebaby.org.

 

 

 

 

GNR's Talk With Me Baby Events

See photos from our recent Talk With Me Baby events!

3/8/18 – Lawrenceville

2/14/18 – Norcross

1/30/18 – Lilburn

7/24/17 – Rockdale