Researchers have found that expressive speech can be delayed due to screen time. In a recent study of children ages six months to two-years-old, there was a 49 percent increased risk of expressive speech delay for every 30 minutes of screen time. 

Parents are reminded that engaging with their child(ren) is the best thing they can do to help them learn and develop. Check out this adorable video for more details about the effects of screen time.  



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