2016 MIYB: Keynote Address by Dr. Dana Suskind

2016 MIYB: Keynote Address by Dr. Dana Suskind
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04.13.2016

Dr. Dana Suskind is a national expert on early language development and co-author of Thirty Million Words: Building a Child’s Brain.

At the Children’s Institute’s 2016 Make It Your Business event, she inspired the audience with neuroscience showing that the first three years are the foundation for the rest of a child’s life. She also shared her work to close the word gap by supporting families to talk to their babies.

 

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