Joint attention

Tip of the week: Joint Attention

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Our tip of the week is joint attention.

Joint attention is the capacity to focus together with another (e.g. a parent) on something in the world, like an apple or a game. For typically developing children, it starts at about 9 months of age.

Joint attention
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Hi there, I’m David Kinnane.

Principal Speech Pathologist, Banter Speech & Language

Our talented team of certified practising speech pathologists provide unhurried, personalised and evidence-based speech pathology care to children and adults in the Inner West of Sydney and beyond, both in our clinic and via telehealth.

David Kinnane
Speech-Language Pathologist. Lawyer. Father. Reader. Writer. Speaker.

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