Haussmann has been an Occupational Therapist for over fourteen years, and has been developing the Tiny Talking Hands materials for the past three years. Her interest in signing research was piqued when she utilized sign language techniques with developmentally delayed children. She quickly realized that the benefits could be extended beyond these children and has worked to mainstream the practice through her Tiny Talking Hands website and through her live presentations.
“Ideally parents should be introducing sign language to their children in early infancy, but improved communication and reading skills have been observed in children as old as five who have been taught sign language,” Haussmann explains.
Parents, educators, healthcare providers and others interested may e-mail email@example.com to order resource packages on sign language training for infants.
To learn more about Tiny Talking Hands or to request an interview contact Penny Haussmann through the contact information above.
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