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First Steps - Newsletter

We believe in your child's future

Frequently we will release some news to supports the health and wellbeing of young children and their families to prepare children to succeed at home, at school and in life.

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  • June, 2016 - As we all know, a child’s life is influenced in many different ways by many different people.  Most of those influences are positive but others may go against her healthy development.

  • April 6, 2016 - From birth, the relationships that a child develops with his parents and other loved ones set the stage for his relationships throughout his life. A safe, loving environment promotes a child’s healthy development and future healthy relationships. 

  • March 8, 2016 - Play is so essential to children’s healthy development that the United Nations declared that every child in the world should have the right to play.

  • February 4, 2016 - Your baby just started walking and pronouncing his first few words. Unfortunately, he is also starting to behave in ways you don’t like. Perhaps he just arrived at the so called “terrible twos,” and your life with him is starting to look precisely like that, terrible.

  • December 7, 2015 - Most parents, when asked about what they want for their kids’ future, will answer something like: “I want my children to be successful and become people of good for this society.” How do we achieve this goal with our little ones? Most parents will say: “By teaching them values.”

  • November 4, 2015 - One of the most exciting moments for you and your baby is when she is able to say her first word. As a dad, I’m very proud to say that I managed to help my children say “dad” as their first word. But even beyond the first words, how do we help our little ones to continue developing their vocabulary?

  • October 7, 2015 - Protecting our children and promoting their healthy development are among our main goals as parents, and creating a safe and interesting home environment is an important first step in achieving these goals. A safe and interesting home environment allows your child to explore, play, and develop without needing to be told, “No, don’t touch that!”

  • September 8, 2015 - An expectation is an idea or belief of what should happen.  Parents have many expectations of themselves and their children and what should happen to them in their future.  Having healthy, realistic expectations can help parents be successful in supporting their children’s development.

  • July 6, 2015 - Crying is one of the main ways that babies communicate their needs to us. By responding to your baby when she cries, you are building a trusting relationship with her that will set her on a path of healthy development.

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