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March 30, 2023

March 11, 2020

Fostering Early Language Development

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25
with
Carly Tulloch
Speech and Language Pathologist

After you unsure if your child is meeting their speech milestones? Do you wonder what red flags to monitor regarding your child’s speech? Are you curious about how you can help support your child’s early language development? Carly Tulloch, speech and language pathologist and founder of Weetalkers joins the podcast today to break down speech milestones and when to seek support.

What You'll Learn

  • What a speech pathologist is
  • Early milestones/developments of speech
  • Red flags that moms can watch for
  • When to seek support
  • Things parents can be doing with their kids at home

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Carly Tulloch
Speech and Language Pathologist

Carly is a pediatric speech-language pathologist, founder of Wee Talkers, and the mother of two young girls. Carly specializes in working with young children. She provides speech and language assessment and treatment for children of all abilities. On Instagram and weetalkers.com she focuses on educating parents about the importance of early intervention and teaching how to help parents support their child's language development, play, and early literacy skills to prepare for starting school. She often speaks at parent and baby groups in Vancouver, British Columbia. 

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Erica Djossa
PMH-C | Founder of Momwell
Erica is the founder of Momwell, providing educational resources and virtual therapy for moms. She is a mom of three boys and a registered psychotherapist. Erica’s work has been featured in the Toronto Star, Breakfast Television, Scary Mommy, Medium, Pop Sugar, and Romper. how they want it.
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