New parents win speech language items

A COUPLE from Dease Lake won a basket of speech language items for their newborn, who was born at Mills Memorial Hospital in May, which is Speech and Language month.

TERRACE CHILD Development Centre (CDC) staff present a basket full of speech and language items to Nico McKinnon

A COUPLE from Dease Lake won a basket of speech language items for their newborn, who was born at Mills Memorial Hospital in May, which is Speech and Language month.

Terrace Child Development Centre (CDC) staff presented Nico McKinnon, who became a parent for the first time on May 31 along with his wife Jacqueline, when she gave birth to Rowan here, with the gift basket.

The CDC has been giving away a basket of items to promote speech and language development among newborns for the past several years.

The basket included a homemade quilt, two Spot books by Eric Hill, a Wild Side hat/bib set, Floating Stars teether, Wonder Cubes, Freddy the Firefly baby toy, Amaze wrist rattle and a See Mee sensory ball.

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