Vanderbilt Kidtalk

Vanderbilt Kidtalk

Good Things Happen When You Talk!

About Us

Vanderbilt KidTalk is a research group studying language growth in young children with disabilities. Our intervention is fun, natural and can be done by parents and teachers!

Children who are taught using KidTalk procedures typically learn new vocabulary, talk in longer sentences, and develop strong, positive relationships with their parents, teachers and peers.

We currently have four major studies, but only three of which are currently seeking participants. Please click on the “CURRENT PROJECTS” tab above to find out more!

 

Click here to help fund our research by making a donation.

All donations are greatly appreciated!

 

 

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It's Meet-A-Friend Monday! We'd like to introduce you to our intern, Fitzhugh.

Fitzhugh is from Memphis, TN. She is getting her masters in psychology from Lipscomb University. She is a nanny for one of the sweetest families in Nashville. She loves going to Percy Warner and running the trails, playing tennis, and hanging out with dogs anytime she can! She also loves trying new restaurants and hanging out with friends!
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It's Meet-A-Friend Monday! Please meet our intern Allie.

Allie is currently a junior at Belmont University studying Psychology and Sociology. Outside of class she plays soccer for Belmont and enjoys hanging out with friends.
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Good Things Happen When You Talk!