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Infant Caregivers Should Be Celebrated and Treated Respectfully!

Updated: Jun 4


If you care for children during their first few years of life, I'm talking about you. Whether you're a provider, a parent, a grandparent or a health care provider, you're building their abililty to care for others, with every caring interaction you have with them. It's not easy to make those interactions special. In order to do that you have to be cared for, too.


Stressed out caregivers don't produce relaxed environments filled with happy and relaxed children.


Do you work and live with people who care for and support you? If you don't, it might be time to make a change.


According to current research from Harvard University, the infant brain forms more than 1 million neural connections every second! And those connections form the foundation for all learning over the child's lifespan. So their experiences, both positive and negative, really do matter more than we previously believed.


That means you and your feelings matter. A lot. Enjoy and share this short video from the Harvard Center On The Developing Child that illustrates this in a few short minutes.


Now for my big reveal. Because you're a valued member of this community created to build more empathy in the world from the bottom up, you can now purchase my 5.5 hour online workshop for only 9.99.


Why should you check it out?

  • It's fun

  • It's validating to those who already provide empathy guidance

  • It includes many interactive/hands-on techniques that you can use with children today

  • It's 5.5 hours of learning with plenty of musical brain breaks and reflection

  • It will be available soon for 5.5 CEUs in WI when you complete an assessment to show that you attended the sessions (the assessment and certification will include a fee for administration and upload of the credits)



If you're not a member, you can join us now and get your copy of our ebook, Magic Words, How to Get Kids To Listen and Like It! for free.



Nanci J Bradley is an early childhood and family educator, author, teacher, family aerobics instructor, and an all-around fun-loving person. She believes in the power of sleep, healthy eating, lifelong learning, and most of all, PLAY!  She studied early childhood education at Triton College and received her BS in education in 1986 from NIU. She received her MA in human development from Pacific Oaks College in 2010. She has presented at state and national early childhood conferences. She lives and teaches in Madison WI.






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