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Toddler Communication Play Group at New Milford Hospital

Wednesday, March 09, 2011 - New Milford, CT

Parents and children 18 months to 4 years old are invited to participate in the Toddler Communication/Play Group being provided by the Speech-Language Pathology Department at New Milford Hospital. The next 6 session class begins on Monday, April 4 and runs each Monday through May 9. The first session is held from 10 – 10:45 am for 18 – 2 ½ years old and the second session is from 10:45 – 11:30 am for 2 ½ - 4 years old. The cost for the six-week class is $30 per child.

During these classes parents will learn language development strategies and how to incorporate them into a play environment with games, crafts, songs and books. Classes include education, group play, time for socialization and questions. The instructor for these classes is Speech Pathologists Aimee Seiderer, MS, CCC-SLP.

Registration is required by calling 860-350-7292 option 4. Class size is limited to 8 children and payment is required prior to the first class.

For more information on the speech/language program at New Milford Hospital visit our website at NewMilfordHospital.org.

About New Milford Hospital

New Milford Hospital, established in 1921, is an 85-bed hospital well known for its Planetree approach to patient care and strong community commitment. It provides centers of excellence in acute care, orthopedics, cancer, family birthing, and other services.

About Danbury Hospital

Danbury Hospital is a 371-bed regional medical center and university teaching hospital associated with the University of Vermont College of Medicine, the Yale University School of Medicine, the Connecticut School of Medicine and Columbia University Medical Center. The hospital provides centers of excellence in cardiovascular services, cancer, weight loss surgery, orthopedics, digestive disorders, radiology and diagnostic imaging. It also offers specialized programs for sleep disorders and asthma management. Medical staff members are board-certified in their specialties, and most serve on the faculty of the nation’s finest medical centers offering a higher level of experience.




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