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Conversations with KIDCARECANADA: The Gift of Gab with Caitlin BIttman Season 2 Episode1

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Conversations with KIDCARECANADA: The Gift of Gab with Caitlin BIttman Season 2 Episode1

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Registered Speech and Language Pathologist, Caitlin Bittman, interviewed by KIDCARECANADA's Estelle Paget, is featured in "The Gift of the Gab.” Technology is around us all day, distracting us, and luring our focus away from quality face-to-face conversation interactions. Frequent, quality parent-child interactions are critical to developing good communicators that are ready to learn at school. Step Away From The Screen :) and help children connect with people and learn about the world.“

Featuring: 
Caitlin Bittman, Estelle Paget
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