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Bilingualism: Good for Children

By November 4, 2013Blog

Despite proof to the contrary, many parents are concerned that establishing a bilingual household may confuse their children or lead to language delays. In fact, current research points toward opposite conclusions: bilingual children often enjoy an enhanced ability to focus and may have a reduced risk of Alzheimer s disease. See a recent video from the Today Show in which experts speak about bilingualism here:

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