Top Left Logo
UR a Parent Healthy People, Healthy Communities
Skip Navigation Links
Home
Careers
Tenders
Give
For Health Professionals
Contact Us

Spacer Spacer Spacer Spacer
Index      Small Text Medium Text Large Text  


Listen to your child
 
Infants and children communicate in many ways. Listening means paying attention to what they are saying, even if they cannot talk.
 
Your baby communicates in many ways. The way in which your child lets you know what he/she wants or needs is often based on his/her level of development. The way in which you respond to what your child is “saying” will set up a pattern of communication.
 
Responding to your baby’s/child’s needs in a positive way helps to build your relationship. 
 
 
 
 
More Resources: 
UR a Parent logo

Share

 

Love your child
Listen to your child
Learn for your child
Lead your Child

 

spacer
Updated Jul 13, 2017