Sharing Attention with Adults
“Sharing Is Caring”
In” and go along with what your child is interested in. Have close face to face
contact while engaged in the activity.
Share in the things your child enjoys and
identify his focus of attention.
may include clapping to music, shaking a rattle, “Peek-a-boo,” and playing with
other various toys.
the activity for a few seconds to see if your child will initiate the
the activity using gestural, contextual, verbal and physical prompts to guide your
cues as your child begins to share attention with you.