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Last week was Infant Mental Health Awareness Week, but we want to remind parents about the importance of supporting your baby's emotional and social development all through your baby's first 1000 days of life. Don't be afraid to seek further help and support if you're experiencing difficulties like excessive crying, failing to thrive, not responding happily to you, not playing or repetitively playing, not making eye contact, etc. We are here to help! "Don't Worry, But Don't Wait." Call us at 1-800-327-5966. #socialemotional

June 19, 2018
Early On Michigan

Sharing in case anyone needs a good belly laugh this afternoon ☺ Anyone else's summer kicking off like this? #summer As shared via TODAY Parents ~

June 19, 2018
Early On Michigan

Emerging research suggests that a key problem involves our children's development, but it’s probably not what you think. More than screen-obsessed young children, we should be concerned about tuned-out parents. Parents may be constantly present in their children’s lives physically, but they are less emotionally attuned...and here's why:

June 19, 2018
Early On Michigan

Singing, cuddling, and playing: they’re all good ways to bond with a baby. However, a new study shows the most important part of communication may be how you look at each other! As shared via Michigan Office of Great Start ~

June 18, 2018
Early On Michigan

Did you know? If babies are exposed to 2 languages from the moment they are born, they will learn both of them when they start to talk. #KineduFact As shared via Kinedu ~

June 18, 2018

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