Vanderbilt KidTalk is a research group studying language growth in young children with disabilities. Our intervention is fun, natural and can be done by parents and teachers!
Children who are taught using KidTalk procedures typically learn new vocabulary, talk in longer sentences, and develop strong, positive relationships with their parents, teachers and peers.
Please click on the “PROJECTS” tab above to find more information about our studies.
COVID Resources for families from The Early Childhood Personnel Center: https://ecpcta.org/covid-19-resources/?mc_cid=19d4c76eb9&mc_eid=e20e605bfe#collapsepanel-17964-14-2-00
All donations are greatly appreciated!
Check out the interview with our Lab Director, Dr. Ann Kaiser, featured in the February 2019 issue of the Vanderbilt Kennedy Center Notables: Click here to read the interview!
We were excited to have been featured in the Vanderbilt Research News November 30, 2018 issue. Click here to read full the story!
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