Baby Sign Language @ Eyas Landing · Oct 13, 2018

Parent University

Babies use many ways to communicate!  Gestures and signs are a natural part of language learning. Research studies show that early signing is a proven way to help many young children develop beginning language skills! Parents and caregivers will learn basic signs to use in play and songs in order to promote and aid functional communication with each other.  Register for you and baby to attend. You will learn and practice:

  • - Functional signs to use during the daily routine
  • - Signs to use during an interactive story time
  • - Signs to use during children’s songs

Kaitlyn Zielinski is a pediatric speech-language pathologist at Eyas Landing.  She received her Masters in Speech-Language Pathology from St. Ambrose University.  Her areas of expertise include  language acquisition, early childhood language disorders, fluency interventions, Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS), DIR/Floortime, and Autism.


Location: Eyas Landing
Address: 1409 W Carroll Avenue
Chicago, 60607
When: 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM · Oct 13, 2018
Who: Members & Non-Members - Children welcome
Parking: Street parking available.
Cost: Free
Coordinator: Kimberly Cambric
    • October
    • 13
    • Saturday