Neuro-Nurturing Guide +10 Samples of Neuro-Nurturing Interaction Ideas taken straight from our award-winning line of interaction packets.
- Is easy and beautiful
- Clearly shares a basic understanding of early brain development
- Shares an easily understood explanation on how providing for physical needs, play, security and nurturing positively impact brain development.
- Includes a printable piece as a simple reminder of the 4 Essential Elements contributing to optimal potential and well-being in life.
- The Creating Great Connections Model
Surely, we can all agree that healthy brain development is absolutely vital in the early years… But sadly, too many parents are not aware of the importance and may treat it as something that will "take care of itself" as time goes on. Or they simply don’t know how to easily incorporate brain development strategies into their everyday busy life.
At Brain Insights, we don't want the parents you work with (in your organization, agency, or program) to fall into the same trap.
Instead, we want you to have proven, powerful tools you can hand over to the parents, and watch their childrens' brains develop by leaps and bounds, and watch as the parent’s confidence grows as well.
Because the more developed children are, and the earlier they can make an impact on the world, the more we ALL win.
Wouldn't YOU like to be a part of this amazing transformation?
Nothing feels quite like knowing that you are having a positive impact on our future generation's lives.
Let these Neuro-Nurturing Packets make healthy brain development simpler and easier than ever by getting them into the hands of every parent of a young child or newborn you possibly can!
Great for Parents
Parents, Grandparents, and Guardians will find the ideas and information useful in everyday life with their children
Teachers, Caregivers, Nannies, etc
The ideas and information provided also pertain to people who have a professional relationship with children in any capacity
Children will benefit and ENJOY the interaction
The ideas and information are not only useful for achieving optimal brain development, but babies and children will love the activities and nurturing interactions