Health visitors back bilingualism

July 2008
Nursing Standard;7/9/2008, Vol. 22 Issue 44, p9
Academic Journal
The article reports on the promotion of bilingualism by health visitors in Swansea, Wales. It says that nurses in Wales are encouraging parents to teach their children to speak English and Welsh. Nurses, such as Debra Welch, distributed Twf packs to prospective parents or during home visits, particularly in the first six months after the child is born. Picture of Debra Welch, together with Saran Thomas and her two children, is also included.


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