Communication is a crucial life skill which enables us to understand and to be understood. Communication skills underpin social interaction, our ability to understand and manage our emotions and our capacity to form relationships. In the very earliest years, exposure to language influences infant brain development and parental attachment. Later on in life, our ability to communicate impacts on our educational attainment, our employment prospects and ultimately, our life chances.
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