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Promoting Attachment in the Child Care Program: Your Role Matters! (Part 3) Promoting Attachment in the Child Care Program: Your Role Matters! (Part 3) Podcast
Promoting Children's Health in Early Care and Education Settings by Supporting Health Consultation This IMPACT summarizes research on the role and benefits of health consultation in early learning settings, and reviews policies, regulations, training, and payment structures used to support health consultation in Connecticut and other states. The IMPACT also provides a framework for Connecticut to better integrate health into early learning systems through health consultation. Website
Promoting Social-Emotional Development Helping Infants Learn About Feelings Starting from birth, infants begin learning how to make sense of their world through interactions with caregivers. Responsive caregiving--which involves a caregiver reflecting and validating a child's feelings and behaviors--helps very young children make sense of their world. Over time, children who have this type of nurturing, reflective care can better regulate their emotions. Document
Public Perceptions of Baby Brain Development: A National Survey of Voters The rapid brain development in the critical first three years of life lays the foundation for future health, learning and behavior. This research revealed what voters know about early brain development and the emotional development of young children ages zero to three.  Document
Put Down Your Smartphones When Caring For Babies! That's the message from University of California, Irvine researchers, who have found that fragmented and chaotic maternal care can disrupt proper brain development, which can lead to emotional disorders later in life. The findings imply that when mothers are nurturing their infants, numerous everyday interruptions -- even those as seemingly harmless as phone calls and text messages -- can have a long-lasting impact. Website
Questions from a First Time Parent (Part 2) Inclusion Matters hosts Cindy Croft and Priscilla Weigel begin a 3-part series sharing conversation with a young mom, Kimberly, who is first-time parent of a toddler. She asks the hosts questions about development, screen time, sleep, bedtime and nap routines, and mealtimes. Cindy and Priscilla share their answers using information from the latest research and they also share resources that can provide listeners with more information. Podcast
Red Flags and Referral Developmental milestones for children birth to 3 years of age and what to do when there are developmental concerns. Tipsheet
Red Flags and Referral: Reading the Signs for Autism and Developmental Concerns This info module highlights milestones and red flags related to the development of young children. Strategies for sharing concerns and local resources with family members are included. Info Module
Reponsiveness to Individual and Group Needs Stresses the importance of getting to know the unique and individual needs of each infant and toddler. Tipsheet
Run Away or Run into Your Arms: Slow to Approach/Withdraw A child’s initial tendency to respond to a new experience, new person, or new environment can be either ‘arms open wide’ or ‘wait-and-see’. Both types of approaches need our guidance as early childhood professionals to be sure that children are getting the social interactions they need to be successful and validation for their sense of self-esteem. If you work with either or both of these temperaments, you’ll want to listen to this engaging podcast. Podcast