NOBODY out there knows the best way for you to parent your child.
That is something you and your child are going to have to figure out, again and again… pretty much every day — if you’re lucky, for the rest of your life!
That is the enormous responsibility that we have as parents and caregivers…
Those early experiences that we give our infants and toddlers are the ones that shape their experience of life, and of how they come to define closeness and comfort.
Ayelet Marinovich, M.A., CCC-SLP, Mother of Two
My name is Ayelet Marinovich.
I’m what you might call an “early communication expert.”
I’m a pediatric speech-language pathologist, a singer, parent educator, theater person, story teller, and partner. Also, I’m just a mom. When my baby was born, I decided to combine my skills and my desire to create a safe, social learning space for myself and my baby & for other caregivers.
Let me try to take out the prescriptive nature of “parenting advice”
Instead, I’ll supplant it with knowledge and ideas – helping you create your own moments to enrich your experience as a family.
There’s plenty of “run-of-the-mill” parenting advice out there.
I know you just want to better understand how your child learns.
You want to know how you can support your little one in the journey of “becoming human!”
What Makes Strength In Words different?
I pare down the research and the developmental concepts, breaking it down so it’s easily digestible and parent-friendly.
After that, I give you examples of how you can use that developmental information in play and in interactions with your young child.
Strength In Words provide you with the framework, so that you can maximize those precious moments.
Model Simple ways to enrich Interactions
Teach Developmental Concepts
Provide Ideas for Home Interventions
Put the Power Into the Hands of The Family
Is Strength In Words For Me?
We serve families with infants and toddlers and educators working with those families. Whether you are a parent, caregiver, educator, therapist or other professional, Strength In Words is a valuable set of resources created by a professional in early learning.
The information you’ll find in our podcast, blogs and featured in our products and services is evidence- and research-based. It is often appropriate for children who are moving along a typical progression of development, as well as those who are developmentally delayed.
Parenting advice is not just the decisions you make about how to feed your baby;
it’s also about how to learn to become a supportive teacher in your child’s life.
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