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Face-to-face buggy research project 2008 - 2010

Added 01 Oct 2010 | Updated 26 Jul 17

Parents are twice as likely to talk to children in face-to-face buggies, which could impact language development.

Findings are complemented by a review of the evidence and practical tips for programmes, manufacturers and policy makers on how to identify motivating messages to encourage parents to communicate with their children aged three and under. 

In addition there is supporting advice on how to understand key ways of delivering information to the parenting audience.

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