The University of Iowa

Wee Talk Together

Wee Talk Together is a family-focused intervention program for young children with language delays. Not only do children ages 36 months or younger receive therapy in the Wendell Johnson Speech and Hearing Clinic or during home visits, but parents and caregivers become part of the therapy team as they learn techniques and explore ways to use materials to promote language development outside the Clinic. Children receive individual therapy sessions, designed to focus attention on each child’s needs. Small play-groups may also be formed for child-directed play activities, group music, story and snack time. Contact Professor Anu Subramanian at anu-subramanian@uiowa.edu for more information.

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College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
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Health Care Services