Guidance paper – Shared (joint) attention

In this guidance paper we explain what we mean by shared or joint attention, why it is important for language development and how you can help your child develop this skill. What is shared attention and why does it matter? Shared attention – also known as joint attention – is the shared focus of two people on…...

This content is for Lets Listen and Talk toddler programme and Lets Listen and Talk preschool programme members only.
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