Baby’s Communication Checklist
Communicating with your baby is one of life’s joys – and important, too! Early identification of any communication problems will give your child an important head start in life.
Ensure your baby has a hearing screening and then start talking, reading, singing, playing and observing your baby’s communication progress. And – as your child grows – protect his or her precious hearing from noise overexposure.
The Hearing Foundation of Canada is pleased to offer our free Baby’s Communication Checklist, a colourful keepsake guide to childhood language milestones, packed with practical tips to help you nurture good communication.
Important: If you have any concerns about your child’s hearing, contact your doctor or local audiologist.