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New Edition BabyCues® A Child's First Language DVD
All new footage! This video is a must have for anyone working with families and caregivers of infants and young children.
Look What I'm Saying Parent Handout
ALL NEW!! 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.
Denise Findlay, Director of Education at Parent-Child Relationship Programs, taught at the second annual national training of doctors, nurses, and educators in the NCAST PCI scales in Beijing in April 2019. The picture is of Denise and the group of sponsors from AMCHS...read more
Using BabyCues cards is a fun and informative way to visually convey information to parents and caregivers about the ways in which babies and young children communicate with us non-verbally. It is also a great way to educate yourself, whether a parent or parent...read more
Crying is the infant’s way of signaling an overload or an unmet need that requires the caregiver’s prompt attention. Crying is the only way newborn infants can tell parents about their needs. The infant is signaling distress; however, the source of that distress may...read more
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.PHN, New York City
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.Public Health Nurse
Parent-Child Relationship Programs
Words cannot express the value we have found in using PCRP materials in our program.Kim C
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.Social Worker