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EARLY CHILDHOOD WITH INFANTS
When do people start speaking and walking? When do they stop getting taller? In what ways are newborn infants different from newborns?
The human body is constantly changing. From the moment an infant is born, his or her brain, organs, and muscles begin to grow and change.
Early Childhood Development refers to the first stage in the human lifespan: from birth to age 5. During the early childhood stage a child grows from a helpless newborn into an intelligent, curious, energetic, kindergartner. In the process the child builds a foundation for lifelong physical, intellectual and emotional development.
Children can injure themselves in a variety of ways both indoors and outdoors.
Some injuries result from children’s natural curiosity, but more often injuries are caused by simple accidents that could have been avoided.
We have to ensure that we have all of our safety issues covered and have to remember that children are at a different eye level than we are and can see things we don’t.
This workshop will guide you where typical accidents occur and what you can do to prevent them.
A 2 1/2 hour Certificate of Completion is issued for this workshop.