Instructor: Elena Ali and Jen Bon Bernard
Early life experiences-including the relationships babies have with their parents and other caregivers-shape the architecture of the developing brain, providing the foundation for later mental and physical health. In this presentation we will provide an overview of the early brain development, and review how sensitive and responsive parent-infant interactions can insure the optimal brain development and provide the child with the best start in life.
You will learn about neuroscience and developing brain, effects of toxic stress and adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) on the developing brain, and the five easy steps you can take to establish sensitive and responsive parent-infant relationship to support the brain development.
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