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Dr Teresa

Kids AtoZ with Dr. T

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Kids AtoZ strives to endow parents with knowledge and skills to empower children to thrive. We share information professionals wish parents knew about child development. Dr. Teresa and guests address the five areas of human development including physical, intellectual, social-emotional, emotional, and moral in children birth to five years. Dr. Teresa is a child development specialist and speech-language pathologist. She is the former Director of the Smadbeck Communication & Learning Center and the Cognitive Neuroscience Lab at Marymount Manhattan College in New York. Presently she is a Visiting Research Scholar at the CUNY Graduate Center. She is a passionate nonprofit volunteer whose mission is to help people reach great potentials. DISCLAIMER: The ideas and opinions expressed on the show are those of Dr. Teresa and her guests. They are intended for educational purposes. Audience members should always seek the advice of relevant professionals if they have questions about their child's development. Participating as an audience member implies that you agree to and understand these terms. Thank you for your interest and cooperation.

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Welcome everyone. I'm excited for you to hear this episode about hearing hygiene and how noise is dangerous to more than just hearing. I'll talk to you about the physical effects that it has on our bodies and the effects of noise on the learning... more

In this "Kids News Extra" segment of KidsAtoZ, Dr. T has a brief review a study regarding how dancing relates to developing interpersonal relationships. This is a great example of how the different areas of development influence one another.... more

Kids A to Z strives to empower parents and set children up for success. The show addresses the areas of development (i.e., physical, intellectual, social-emotional, emotional, and moral), how they influence each other, and how to best foster... more

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