What is your crying baby trying to tell you?
Discover how to use basic Australian sign language to unlock your baby's mind...
In less than 10 minutes a day!
Learn how to communicate with your preverbal baby in a fun simple way and potentially xpose your baby to numerous benefits:Provide a strong foundation for early literacy
Stimulate your baby's brain development and potentially increase their I.Q.
Empower your baby to communicate before they can speak
Australian Baby Hands helps reduce frustration for both you and your baby, saving you time, energy and tears!
How many times have you looked at your baby and thought, "Why is my baby crying?" If only your baby could tell you what's wrong, what hurts, what they want or what they need, wouldn't it make your life a lot easier?
The gift of communication between parents and their babies is one of life's true joys. For some, baby sign language offers a new and enriched opportunity to interact with their baby, learn more about them and their needs. For others, such as deaf parents, communicating through sign language is a way of passing on a much valued language and culture to their children.
No matter if you are a first time parent or a parent for the 10th time, baby sign language can benefit you and can strengthen the bond between you and your baby and make parenting less stressful.
*10% of all profits of Australian Baby Hands are being donated to Deaf Children Australian.
Jackie Durnin - Author of Australian Baby Hands wrote the book when she discovered that here were very few resources for parents to use that were with Auslan, the national sign language of Australia.This book has been endorsed by Deaf Children Australia and has had several recommended reading reviews from national childcare associations.
Jackie has been involved in sign language for the last nine years. She studied Irish Sign Language (ISL) while studying her Degree in Business & Legal Studies at University. After her graduation and 3 years of sign language study, she left for Australia where she is now a resident.