Finding the Plan for Your Child
Here at Talk Time Boston, we believe that caregivers and children should feel confident about their communication development and communication progress.
That's why we dedicate so much of our time thinking of ways to educate and empower caregivers about communication
To play, press and hold the enter key. To stop, release the enter key.
Our Educational Offerings
Find Talk Time in your community.
We are so happy to provide FREE caregiver workshops that discuss general communication expectations, when to seek support, and how to access services for your child.
Want us to come to a library or community center near you?
Let us know!
Research shows that educating parents to use language elicitation strategies is an effective tool in therapy.
Here at Talk Time, we integrate parent coaching sessions into many of our treatment plans and even have a parent coaching protocol for families who may not need direct services.
We know how hard it is to focus in the moment, so we schedule times when we can video chat without any children present so you can learn the skills you need to help your child communicate more!
Do you ever wish you had an easy-to-understand guides to your child's communication development or helpful handouts on your child's communication challenges?
Do you ever want a guide to help you use strategies at home?
We made them for YOU!
Check out our LEARNING HUB to take a look at our offerings. Current clients -- chat with your SLP to get these Talk Time handouts for free!
- Tue, Mar 05Medford Public LibraryMar 05, 2024, 7:00 PM – 8:00 PMMedford Public Library, 111 High St, Medford, MA 02155, USAA free event where caregivers can learn general expectations for communication during the first five years of life. Understand when to seek support from a speech language pathologist, how to access services, and some strategies to use with your child to encourage communication.
We are so excited about this handbook and can't wait to get it into your hands!
From first sounds to first words and beyond, there is so much language development going on in your child's brain from the very beginning. Talking with your Toddler will teach you all you need to know as a parent about language acquisition, early language expectations, and ways to support your child as they learn to talk.
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