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  2. Language and communication development in Down syndrome.
  3. The Handbook of Development Communication and Social Change
  4. What makes this programme different?

About this book

Promotion of cooperation for development in donor countries aims to explain why and how aid programmes funds are spent in developing and emerging countries. The communication targets two audiences: the public at large concerned by general aspects of development and field actors concerned by technical aspects. Communication strategists in charge of promoting general aspects of development aid among donor countries' citizens consider that Com 4 Prom requires "serious" formats to reach the audience to be produced by journalists and documentaries makers.

News mainly focus on things that "go wrong", shaping information as catastrophic.

On the other hand, documentaries, even if very interesting and shot with the highest standards, are too frequently tagged as "boring" by broadcasters and consequently pushed in the late hours of week days or early week-end TV grid's slots. Therefore, news create a negative image of development aid, made of tensions and disasters meanwhile documentaries are only seen by few already convinced TV viewers who know what the subject is about.

The more people watch information on development aid, the more they feel that nothing changes over the years: the situation is catastrophic, no progress is made.

Language and communication development in Down syndrome.

Citizens are driven to despair and turn inactive. This lack of interest and participation facilitates the reduction of development public funding and brings less citizens' support to NGOs.

To reduce the missing link between donors and reality in the field, Com4Prom focuses on Positive Communication, showing successes and concrete results and using trendy and participatory formats that turn audiences into participatory citizens and active consumers. Participatory citizens support cooperation projects in developing countries and volunteer on NGOs' activities.

Development Communication

They push governments to implement the 0. Active consumers care about their ethical and ecological print, supporting fair trade. They push corporate companies to implement and extend their corporate social responsibility programs. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

The Handbook of Development Communication and Social Change

Communication for Development is built around four axes:. South—South cooperation and Third Worldism. Landlocked developing countries Least Developed Countries Heavily indebted poor countries. Emerging markets Newly industrialized country Transition economy. As an infant, hearing words and seeing pictures helps a child understand the two are connected.

What makes this programme different?

This lays a foundation for speech, which begins around nine months and typically increases as a child grows. Here are some suggestions for how to encourage this development: Answer when your baby makes sounds. Read to your baby. Help your child develop good language skills by speaking to in complete sentences and using "grown-up" words. Help your child to use the correct words and phrases. If you have concerns about a child's development and think a child might need extra help to learn and grow , don't hesitate to refer a child. The family will be contacted by the local school district to arrange for a screening or evaluation to determine if their child is eligible for Infant and Toddler Intervention or Preschool Special Education services in Minnesota.

Why Refer?

Think Fast, Talk Smart: Communication Techniques

Parents Form. Professionals Form. Refer a Child.