Moms worry when their sweet toddlers are late acquiring communication skills. Kids become frustrated and learning how to express themselves gives them a headstart in life.
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“My Toddler is Not Talking, what do I do now”
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Join us at “Talkaroo”, the language transformation highway that offers a cutting edge solution for children who struggle talking and socializing!
We created the unique Talkaroo speech learning system to help toddlers talk sooner and better.
We ensure your child rapidly acquires communications skills, by combining best speech therapy practices and pedagogical methods to facilitate learning.
We also made it fun with short animated videos with a cast of characters children love!
Our mission is to empower moms in teaching their toddlers to talk!
Moms choose Talkaroo because of our experts’ 30+ years of combined experience in early childhood education.
We have created an exciting cast of animated characters to facilitate your child’s learning process!
Register your child to our Talkaroo Academy online program to have full access to our library of educational videos and printable PDFs with language development activities.
Get your superstars to shine as they feel confident and can express themselves!
Our Talkaroo program is one of a kind
We Offer 3 Options for Families
Do it yourself (you get 5 lessons to start with, print out guide as to what to do and 5 proprietary cartoons that are applicable to the lessons). No communication with us.
With a team
You get the monthly subscription to Talkarooacademy.com and get our library of video lessons that is updated on a monthly basis, applicable cartoons and also a private Facebook forum to be able to get support not just from us, but from fellow parents dealing with the same issues as you. Your child learns at their pace and you learn what you need to do to teach your toddler to talk, step by step. Nothing is held back from you, no missing steps. You just need to follow it, step by step.
With personal therapists
You get our private involvement with your specific situation. Your child receives an online private Informal Multidisciplinary Complete Assessment (value is $500), you also get weekly group Q&A meetings, Skype Access to the teacher/behavior analyst and speech/language pathologist therapist (priceless) and on top of it all, you record videos of your child learning and send it to us weekly, we review it and personally guide you (value is $100/hr). You are guided privately as your child learns at their pace and you learn what you need to do to teach your toddler to talk, step by step. Nothing is held back from you, no missing steps. You just need to follow it, step by step.
“As founder of As Seen On TV and the original “Shark” on the television series “Shark Tank.” I have launched hundreds of valuable products. I was impressed with how TALKAROO did a great job of maintaining my 2-year-old granddaughter’s attention. She loved it! She was focused on it the whole time – and it’s not easy to get her to stay still! She obviously is a fan!! This is an innovative way to help children learn new words.”
Kevin Harrington, Talkaroo User
Original Shark on “Shark Tank”, Inventor of the Infomercial, Co-Founder of Pitch Video
www.PitchVideo.com | www.KevinHarrington.tv
8 reasons why families love us
Talkaroo is unique! It is based on the expertise of a teacher and speech pathologist and is the result of two decades of their research.
As a parent, you want to communicate with your child, know what they need, what they’re thinking, and for them to understand you in return.
As moms ourselves, we created Talkaroo to guide you so that your baby communicates and blossoms
Talkaroo is an exciting, one-of-a-kind and memorable experience for you and your child.
With their first words, your children create long lasting memories for you while making their way in the world to make new friends.
Communicating early is critical to your child’s functioning at home and with peers.
That’s why our program is researched, tested and expertly executed.
Teacher facilitated, parent-modeled and child-enjoyed!
This fun system expertly elicits words and is groundbreaking in the educational world:
It uses 55 short animated films with specifically composed songs that focus on one target word per song, repeated many times*.
Repetition is the mother of learning.
This is what Talkaroo is all about!
Songs and animated cartoons are sequenced in a systemized developmental progression.
Classes include parent learning as well as a structured and guided interactions between
With parent involvement at the core of our philosophy, we create an environment in which your child can be challenged while providing the opportunity to celebrate their milestones.
“Talkaroo program ensures that young children experience the joy of learning in a structured and nurturing environment. These language-focused animations effectively facilitate vocabulary learning through music and movement. Each animation is skillfully designed to elicit specific word production in various contexts. This language program is based on multi-sensory learning, encompassing visual, auditor, and tactile components. Toddlers are actively engaged in sing along activities, while being prompted to imitate age-appropriate repertoire of words, including first words, names of animals, action words etc.”
Ph.D., CCC-SLP (Assistant Professor, Graduate Program in Speech Pathology, Touro College, School of Health Sciences)
Why toddlers benefit from Talkaroo
You will learn the system that enables your toddler to talk.
You will learn ways to get your child to imitate actions, sounds and words.
You will learn how to get your child to follow directions.
You will learn how to reinforce appropriate behaviors while minimizing inappropriate ones.
You will learn how to get your child to socialize with peers.
You’ll gain the necessary skills to help your child progress weekly.
With TALKAROO, you’re not only invited to observe, you’ll actively participate in the entire learning process and see your child rapidly communicating!
You will experience reduced frustration, as well as know what to expect and achieve an improved connection with your child.
“My daughter said “more” after having finished watching Talkaroo “more” video. She cried when her sister kept on interrupting her watching. She tried to sing along. She enjoyed it!”
Rosa Tsirulnik, mother
Talkaroo 5 step formula for success
Attending/focusing: Eye Contact, Responsiveness, Attention, Focus
Imitation skills: Imitation of large and fine motor movements
Receptive Language Skills: Listening, Understanding, Identification, Following Directions
Expressive Language Skills: Babbling, Echoic: imitation of Sounds, Words, Manding (requesting), Labeling (naming), Responding to questions.
Social Skills: Interpersonal Communication
“Increased opportunities for verbal interaction can strengthen critical processing skills that enable more efficient learning.
Increasing parents’ verbal engagement with their infants has the potential to change the course of vocabulary growth. Talking to children matters: Early language experience strengthens processing and builds vocabulary.”
Early language experience strengthens processing and builds vocabulary by Adriana Weisleder and Anne Fernald
New York University School of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics.
Talkaroo fosters relationships between moms and toddlers.
About Talkaroo’s Founders
MS.Ed, BCBA, NYS LBA is the founder and president of Learning Advantage Inc. and a co-founder of TALKAROO LLC.
Jennifer Levin has been working as a developmental specialist in NYC for almost 2 decades. Initially she started her career as a certified Special Education…
M.S. CCC/SLP, TSHH is the founder and president of Speech Pathology Therapy, P.C. and a co-founder of Talkaroo LLC.
Jelena Vilensky has been a licensed speech and language pathologist and a certified teacher of speech and hearing handicapped for almost two decades…