Vision Development In The First Year

Vision Development In The First Year

Unlike other senses like touch and hearing, your baby’s sense of vision, needs time and practice to get precise and accurate as is the only sense that isn’t stimulated in utero. Maximum vision development happens in the first year of life. As their visual system develops, the world around them continues to fascinate them. Birth

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Tummy Time Benefits

Tummy Time Benefits

Along with a multitude of benefits, tummy time supports their gross motor skills by strengthening the large muscle groups and helps in development of core muscles Benefits of tummy time Helps baby develop muscle control Tummy time is critical to your baby’s development because it allows them to feel different large muscles working together Strengthen

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Sudden Infant Death Syndrome

Sudden Infant Death Syndrome

Also known as crib or cot death, SIDS is sudden unexplained death of a child less than one year of age. It generally happens during sleep. The exact cause of SIDS is unknown. Risk Factors – It has been observed that death is likely to happen due to a combination of multiple causes or occur

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Side Lying Play

Side Lying Play

Along with tummy time there is another position called side lying which is equally important but often gets overlooked. Have your baby lie sides, alternating between left and right and play in the given position. Side lying gives your baby unique opportunities for head control, eye – hand coordination and visual coordination in those early

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Sensory Play – Meaning

Sensory Play – Meaning

Sensory play is one of the ways to provide the brain with enriching experiences for brain development. The neurons in the brain need meaningful experiences which help in building connections between them (synapses). Synapses in the brain are added or pruned based on such experiences. Senses refer to the different ways we perceive the world.

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Sensory Development from Womb to Three Months

Sensory Development from Womb to Three Months

Senses are an integral part of development. There are seven senses in our body (touch, smell, sight, hear, taste, movement and balance). At eight weeks of gestational age the sensory system begins to develop.  Touch Touch is the first sense to develop in the womb. It is through touch that mother and baby are

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Sensory Play Importance

Sensory Play Importance

Senses are an integral part of development. There are seven senses in our body (touch, smell, sight, hear, taste, movement and balance). At eight weeks of gestational age the sensory system begins to develop.  Touch Touch is the first sense to develop in the womb. It is through touch that mother and baby are

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Prevention of Flat head / Plagiocephaly

Prevention of Flat head / Plagiocephaly

The best treatment of a flattened head is to prevent it from happening. The earlier you notice head shape irregularities – flat spots or asymmetries – the easier it is to treat them through simple positioning, activities and neck stretches or mobilizations if required. Simple changes in baby’s routine that encourage the baby to be

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Playtime for New-borns

Playtime for New-borns

Playtime is a major part of your little one’s development. From cognitive and physical development to emotional and social growth, the importance of play is undisputed. One of the smartest steps you can take is to engage your newborn in brain – boosting play activities via playtime – AND IT’S EASY TO DO Play helps

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