Anne holds a Bachelor’s degree in Speech Language Pathology. Additionally, she’s had more than 5 years of experience working with the children population either as a French tutor, an assistant teacher or a lead teacher. Within those years of experience, she has not only assisted and developed instructional lesson plans, but she has implemented creative based and fun learning activities for the children.
Anne-Elisabeth Germain's Articles
Fun Cooking with Kids to Improve Their Talking Skills
But did you know cooking is also beneficial when it comes to your little one’s social, cognitive, physical development, and language skills? This article focuses…
Einstein Syndrome: How to Recognize It, and What to Do
What is Einstein Syndrome? Einstein syndrome is the state in which a child exhibits a speech delay, but also demonstrates outstanding analytical skills and memory…