Posts Tagged ‘infants’

Social and Emotional Development and Wellbeing of Infants

The optimal development of infants and young children is a priority. There is increasing recognition that fetal development and infancy are vital periods of very rapid physical, physiological, psychological, and neurological growth. This growth is reflected in the cognitive, physical, and social-emotional domains of early childhood development. Human development involves interactions among biological,…

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Safe sleep and SID reduction

Safe sleep practices help reduce the risk of sudden unexpected infant deaths (SUIDs). All staff, parents/guardians, volunteers and others approved to enter rooms where infants are cared for should receive a copy of the Safe Sleep Policy and additional educational information and training before they are allowed to care for infants. All staff, parents/guardians, volunteers…

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