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Passionate about making a difference in the lives of the children and parents in your community? Get the necessary training to become a Talk With Me Baby coach for your hospital or community. Learn how to get started, find downloadable resources, and sign up for training.

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  • What Families Can Do

    Parents are a baby’s first and best teachers. Here are some tips and examples that will help you have quality conversations with your baby.
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  • THE POWER OF COACHING

    Learn more about our coach-to-coach approach to educating parents and caregivers about language nutrition and how you can bring Talk With Me Baby to your community.
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  • FOR NURSES

    Are you a nurse? Nurses are in the perfect position to help parents and caregivers learn how to talk with their baby. Find out how you can become a Talk With Me Baby coach and teach language nutrition to your patients and their families.
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  • For WIC Nutritionists

    The Women, Infants and Children Program – commonly referred to as WIC – provides a vehicle for reaching a critical population of families with children who are at risk of not receiving abundant language nutrition.
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  • FOR CASE WORKERS & FOSTER PARENTS

    Case Workers and foster parents represent a strategic workforce and group to engage in an effort to ensure that all children – including our most vulnerable – receive abundant language nutrition.
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  • For Early Educators

    A growing body of research points to the positive impact that high-quality early care and learning programs can have on very young children, especially on children from low-income families and dual language learners.
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  • FOR CLINICAL LEADERS

    Help grow Talk With Me Baby and spread the message of language nutrition by hosting a Talk With Me Baby program at your hospital or healthcare center.
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  • DOWNLOAD THE APP

    Language nutrition on-the-go! Download our free app to get weekly lessons, track your baby’s milestones, get talking tips, and share your own experiences talking with your baby.
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Talk With Me Baby is made possible by a grant from the United Way of Atlanta and is a collaborative effort among organizations.