Our early data show that parent coaching via the internet using iPads and FaceTime can improve the quality of the parent-child communicative relationship, and improve early learning and developmental outcomes for low SES children and children with below average language acquisition. 50% of our clients are Spanish-speaking, and 75% are low SES families. Studies have shown that the quality and magnitude of language (including number of words spoken) in the home is highly associated with language development in children (Hart & Risley 1995; Hoff 2003; Pan et al 2005, Hoff 2006). Using tele-coaching interventions for improving language acquisition in the home environment is a promising and innovative aspect of our program. Strong language skills are linked to successful academic and social outcomes and have a broad positive impact on a child's life.