Parents' Corner

What Is Infant and Toddler Development and Responsive Program Planning?

Posted by Dave Smith on Wed, Jun 08, 2022 @ 09:00 AM

 Donna Wittmer and Sandy Peterson authored a landmark book on the subject. Titled Infant and Toddler Development and Responsive Program Planning: A Relationship-Based Approach, the book provides an in-depth look at this topic. You can access a fifty-page preview at PearsonHigherEd.com, and here are just a few highlights:

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Topics: Child Development, Infant Care

Five Important Milestones for Your Infant

Posted by David Smith on Wed, Apr 13, 2022 @ 09:00 AM

As a parent, you eagerly watch your baby to observe signs of new skills and accomplishments. If you find yourself wondering if your infant is developing at a healthy rate, that’s not unusual. To help, we’ll share five important infant milestones as described by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

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Topics: Infant Care

How To Sleep Train Your Baby

Posted by David Smith on Wed, Mar 16, 2022 @ 07:05 AM

If you’re longing to get a good night’s sleep again—something that might currently seem impossible with a baby who wakes up frequently in the night—the Cleveland Clinic has some tips on how to sleep train your baby. 

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Topics: Child Behavior, Infant Care

Infant Care Now at Horizon

Posted by David Smith on Wed, Mar 03, 2021 @ 12:00 AM

Leaving your baby in the hands of quality caregivers has been shown to have positive effects on their emotional, social and cognitive development. Horizon is excited to announce that we will offer infant care at our North Olmsted, Elyria Cascade, Berea and Lakewood locations.

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Topics: Infant Care

What Your Baby Can Learn in Infant Care

Posted by David Smith on Wed, Dec 02, 2020 @ 06:30 PM

“The environments infants and toddlers encounter, the relationships they form, and the activities they engage in before age 3—both inside the home and out—are key to healthy and positive growth, development and learning outcomes that can last a lifetime.” (National Association for the Education of Young Children)

The National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) strongly recommends continuity of care (COC) for infants and toddlers. This means that these young children will have their care provided by a consistent group of caregivers for at least two to three years. This allows them to feel secure and helps them to thrive, which means they can learn to trust and engage with caregivers and other young children outside of their family — a key step of socialization.

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Topics: Infant Care

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