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Instagram Live with Little Minds Matter and the Perinatal Support Service

Your speech and language questions answered

For families with children aged up to 2

Wednesday 16 November 2022

12.00pm - 12.30pm

Online via Instagram

Instagram Live with Little Minds Matter and the Perinatal Support Service

Wednesday 16 November 2022
12.00pm – 12.30pm
Online via Instagram
For families with children aged up to 2

Join practitioners from Little Minds Matter and the Perinatal Support Service live on Instagram to have all your questions about speech and language development answered.

From 18 weeks of pregnancy, babies will be listening to the world around them. Singing nursery rhymes and reading stories are great ways for babies to build their awareness of sounds.

The teams hope that you can join them to explore this wonderful world of babies’ earliest communication.

There’s no need to book – just join in the conversation here on Instagram. (Start following Little Minds Matter on Instagram now to be notified of the live event on the day)

Please note, this event is not organised by Better Start Bradford. If you have any questions about the event – or would like to check it is still running before attending – please contact the organiser directly.

This event is part of Baby Week Bradford 2022

Event contact details

If you have any questions about this event, please contact Nisbah Ali:

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