Isolated studies, or even bodies of research on a particular topic, can only ever tell part of the complex story that underpins infant and child brain development. Risk & protective factors provide a more balanced and scientifically sound context. Read the full article here.
Can alcohol do harm to an unborn baby’s brain? In this article Brainwave Educator Norma Hayward looks at the evidence around how alcohol in pregnancy may affect the developing child. Click here to learn more.
Brainwave Educator and author Hilary Nobilo looks at what might be perceived as an infant sleep problem is more often than not a normal part of infant sleep development. Read more
The concept of “attachment” has found its way into much writing and talking about parenting, but what does it mean, and more importantly, how can parents help their child to develop a secure attachment?
Attachment is the lasting emotional bond that a child forms with a specific person that provides safety, comfort, soothing, and pleasure.