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Supporting Healthy Brain Architecture
September 24, 2018
If you could only sense how important you are to the lives of those you meet; how important you can be to the people you may never even dream of. There is something of yourself that you leave at every meeting with another person.
-Fred Rogers
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"First and foremost the most important thing to support the development of healthy brain architecture in is the quality of interaction between caring, responsive adults and young children," explains Dr. Elanna Yalow, in the Turn Key DVD, The Heart of Infant and Toddler Care. "The science tells us this is critically important."

Click here to watch a short clip from the DVD.





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The Heart of Infant and Toddler Care

One of the key points that has emerged from years of studying infants and toddlers is that your "heart" - your commitment to building meaningful relationships with young children - may be the single biggest factor in their future success.

This fabulous resource is now available for the special price of $199 (savings of $50).

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Arlene DeCicco · September 24, 2018
McKor Shalon Nursery
Cherry Hill, NJ, United States


One of the most interesting articles that I have read.



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