Join pediatric speech and language experts Craig Selinger and Sarah Stuntebeck for a parent-friendly discussion on speech and language development and delays in toddlers and preschoolers. They will debunk common myths about speech and language delays, inform you on the current best practices for speech and language therapy, and provide you with practical and effective strategies to incorporate at home to help your child’s communication.
The discussion will take place outside, weather permitting, in Park Slope. Light snacks and drinks will be provided.
When: Wed. April 27th, approximately 6:45pm to 8pm.
Where: 435 15th St. #1 between 8th Ave and Prospect Park West in Park Slope, Brooklyn. One block from the F and G subway- 15th St. stop
Cost: $15 per person. No refund, unless event is canceled. Spots limited to 12 people. In case of bad weather, the lecture will take place indoors at the same location.
Email Craig at firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP. Once confirmed, please mail a check for $15, written out to Craig Selinger, to 435 15th St. #1, Brooklyn, NY 11215
Craig Selinger M.S. CCC-SLP is a speech language pathologist and founder of Brooklyn Learning. Craig has lectured to parents and professionals since 2007 and he was recently featured on About.com demonstrating speech and language techniques for young children. Sarah Stuntebeck is the Director of Brooklyn Learning’s Speech Language department and she has worked closely with parents and professionals as a speech-language pathologist and clinical director in hospital, clinic, school, and home-based settings for the past 9 years. Recently Craig and Sarah lectured to a preschool in New Delhi, India. www.brooklynlearning.com
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