Your Guide to Teaching Baby Sign Language
Interview with Speech-Language Pathologist Jann Fujimoto, MS CCC-SLP
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“Babies are often able to communicate with simple hand gestures to express themselves even before they may be able to say the words. “Incorporating baby sign can decrease frustration for the baby and parent. The baby can get across their basic needs and wants, and the parent can better understand what the baby is trying to communicate. This can reduce tears and tantrums,” says Jann Fujimoto, MS CCC-SLP, founder of SpeechWorks.
Read more on how you can effectively teach your baby sign language here.