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InBrief: What is Resilience? (from Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University)

Duration: 2:22 The science of resilience can help us understand why some children do well despite serious adversity. Resilience is a combination of...

Perspectives from a New Mother: After a Feed

Duration: 0:32 Brief Observations after Feeding a Baby This new mother notices that after a feed her baby is calm and receptive to new...

Perspectives from a New Mother: Concerns

Duration: 1:36 Brief Observations It is natural for new parents to feel some anxiety. Newborns often have skin problems and breastfeeding mothers don’t know...

Perspectives from a New Mother: Crying

Duration: 1:27 Crying Can Cause Anxiety in New Parents All cries seem to sound the same with a newborn and this can cause anxiety...

Perspectives from a New Mother: First Impressions

Duration: 0:40 A New Mother Shares the Excitement of Seeing Her Baby for the First Time The intensity of emotions in the first moments...

Perspectives from a New Mother: Sleep

Duration: 1:37 Synchronizing a New Baby’s Sleep Schedule A baby’s irregular sleep pattern may be a source of worry for a first-time parent.  This...

Serve & Return Interaction Shapes Brain Circuitry (from Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University)

Duration: 1:42 One of the most essential experiences in shaping the architecture of the developing brain is “serve and return” interaction between children...
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Oct/Nov 2020

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