A New Way To Teach Speech And Language To Late Talking Toddlers

This 14 day challenge is designed by speech experts. It gives parents the powerful tools and strategies they need to get their late talking toddlers to start talking.

Staten Island , United States - June 30, 2020 /PressCable/ —

Talkaroo Academy is a pioneer online school that guides moms on how to get their toddlers to start talking.

So instead of the traditional one-on-one therapy session with the therapist training the child, this school actually teaches the parent/ caretaker that spends 7 days a week with this child! They have figured out a way to teach moms in an easy step-by-step approach. The course has short videos that progress from teaching the caretaker how to get their child to imitate the simplest actions and finishing with videos on how to get the child to imitate specific early words.

Talkaroo Academy uses a holistic way of teaching and combines the skills of a speech pathologist and a special educator in a way that is easy to follow. These licensed therapists have close to 30 years of combined experience in the field of early childhood.

Progress is there typically almost immediately. They called their entry course the “Toddler Speech Boost 14 Day Challenge.”

This challenge focuses on guiding the mother to teach her toddler to imitate actions, “B” sound and words that start with the “B” sound. In addition , they added bonus videos on how to get toddlers to maintain attention to their mothers, how to set up the room so the child is not distracted and how to get them to focus better.

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“All of the videos these ladies create are an invaluable, priceless advice. I found them to be extremely helpful. thank you”, Victoria Safarian, mom of a 2 year old boy.

“My daughter who is speech delayed , learned to make the da da sound from therapists in Talkaroo academy and it has helped her amazingly. She immediately followed the sound and has shown improvement ever since in making the sound.” Ammara Ali, mother of a toddler girl.

If the parent is not sure whether their child is delayed or not, they can use these milestones to make a decision on whether they need this course.

According to the Talkaroo Academy childhood experts, the expected milestones for speech are as follows:

By 18 months – a child is expected to produce an average of 15 words

By 24 months -a child is expected to produce a minimum of 50 words and start 2-word combinations

By 2 ½ years old – a child is expected to produce 3-5 word phrases and some sentences

If a child’s communication delay is left without any intervention/help, it will lead to “2 to 5 times higher risk for language impairment persisting into the late preschool to elementary school years”. (Early Identification of Language Delay, Philip S. Dale, PhD, Janet L. Patterson, PhD, Department of Speech & Hearing Sciences, University of New Mexico, USA, February 2017, Rev. ed.)

Talkaroo Academy speech experts (speech pathologist and special educator/behavior analyst duo) are offering their members the powerful tools and strategies they need to finally make a difference in their child’s communication skills. They will learn what they need to do, one short lesson at a time.

The cost of the entire Toddler Speech Boost 14 day Challenge is $27 for a limited time.

Talkaroo Academy urges parents to invest in their toddlers, to stop thinking what to do and to start doing, as time is not on their kids’ side. Each wasted month without help is another milestone missed, another skill not learned…so now is the time.

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Contact Info:
Name: Jelena or Jennifer
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Organization: Talkaroo Academy LLC
Address: Station Avenue, Staten Island , NY 10309, United States

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