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It Takes Two to Talk - which version?

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HumphreyCobblers Sat 19-Dec-15 09:21:43

I have been recommended this book to help my toddler who has a language delay, but there is a version by Manolson and one by Pepper and Weitzman. They are both pretty pricey so I don't want to inadvertently get the wrong one.

Had anyone used it?

chocadd1ct Sat 19-Dec-15 17:10:27

I had the pepper/weitzman version. I think this may be the newer one. not sure.

I got it from Winslow. That was by far the cheapest (but well worth it). www.winslowresources.com/hanen-it-takes-two-to-talk.html

have you checked eBay?

HumphreyCobblers Sat 19-Dec-15 17:21:45

Thanks! That is the cheapest I have seen, it goes for a lot on eBay.

Did you find it useful? My toddler is 24 months and has about three words, they change but he does not ever say more than three at a time. They are all nouns too.

I am waiting for a hearing test and speech therapy to come through.

chocadd1ct Sat 19-Dec-15 19:25:09

Yes, a lot of the strategies were useful. It didn't 'sort' our problems though. DD was later dx with autism, learning difficulties and she also gas a rare chromo disorder. but the boom was very useful.

chocadd1ct Sat 19-Dec-15 19:25:35

book

HumphreyCobblers Sat 19-Dec-15 19:27:36

thank you for your advice, I will definitely get it.

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