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New Edition of Keys to Infant Caregiving Parent Handouts!
The five handout set (Infant State, Infant Behavior, Infant Cues, State Modulation and Feeding is More Than Just Eating) is designed for parents to use and is easy to read.
Look What I'm Saying Parent Handout
ALL NEW!! In SPANISH too! This helpful handout is designed for professionals to share with parents and caregivers after viewing the BabyCues® video and/or working with the BabyCues® cards.
Learn how to support women with substance use disorders—and their newborns. This FREE 45-minute video is narrated through a trauma-informed lens and supports the Eat, Sleep, Console model of care. Also, listen for the impact that a strengths-based practice can have...
Dr. Nicole Letourneau from the University of Alberta offers good advice for childcare providers and policy makers about the use of masks during a pandemic. Children learn language and emotions from observing our faces. Wearing a clear mask enables a child to observe...
Free webinar for those interested in Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation. NYC Early Childhood Mental Health Training and Technical Assistance Center is sponsoring a three-part series on Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation with Kadija Johnston, LCSW. The...
What Providers Say About Us
Parent-Child Interaction Program
I will never look at parent-child interaction in the same way again. This training opened my eyes and helped me identify and focus on the positive. I am forever changed.
My client loves the BabyCue cards – we play “Guess the Cue” on my visits with her. She will be so ready to read and hear her baby’s cues.
Parent-Child Relationship Programs
Words cannot express the value we have found in using PCRP materials in our program.
Promoting First Relationships Program
In my nine years of experience working with homeless families, the Promoting First Relationships Program has been the most relevant technique I have learned to help parents promote their child’s development.