By : https://theconversation.com Opti-Baby will be placing all children in limited bubbles when they return to school and here’s why.. After three months of lockdown, many people in the U.S. and around the world are turning to quarantine bubbles, pandemic pods or quaranteams in […]
By: www.zerotothree.org This article explores the meaning behind challenging behaviors and how parents and caregivers can set age-appropriate limits for their toddlers. The year between age 2 and age 3 is an exciting one. Toddlers are realizing that they are […]
By: www.unicef.org Alison Gopnik, Ph.D.:Learning begins literally from the time babies are born and there’s even some evidence there’s learning inside of the womb. So when babies are born, for instance, they discriminate between the sounds of the language that […]
By: www.unicef.org Music can play an important role in your child’s growth, even before birth. Exposing your child to music ignites all areas of child development. And doing this early can help ensure that your baby grows up healthy. We […]
By : Dr Tara Quinlivan – Raft Psychology Raft psychology was born from a decade of therapeutic practice. Working as therapists has given us insight into individual factors that determine thesuccess or failure of mental health strategies. While providingcomprehensive information […]
By: Zerotothree.org When parents and children are feeling big emotions, it’s good to find some calm. Simple mindfulness activities can help. Mindfulness is noticing what’s going on outside—and inside—of us with acceptance and kindness. As mindful parents, we can be […]
By: https://developingchild.harvard.edu/ This infographic explains the basics of what COVID-19 is, and what it can mean for stress levels in both children and the adults who care for them. It also offers some easy and concrete solutions to help caregivers […]
While the coronavirus pandemic has changed many things around the world, it has not stopped child development. In this series of special episodes of The Brain Architects podcast, we aim to share helpful resources and ideas in support of all those who […]
By Rumbi As a mother, you don’t just care for yourself, you are also looking after your children, and often after other people in the house as well. So, you could be experiencing a lot of stress and worries during the […]
By : www.messagesformothers.co.za WHAT’S DIFFERENT FOR PREGNANT AND POSTNATAL WOMEN IN THE TIME OF COVID-19?The symptoms and signs of COVID-19 are the same in pregnant women as the general public. Everyone should take care to avoid infection or infecting others. […]
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