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Your Childs Brain

The brain is a vital organ that needs to be nurtured from birth. It is protected by eight bones and three layers of tissue. The eight bones make up what is called the cranium, or skull. The skull protects the brain and won’t be fully developed until your child is about twenty years old. Taking care of the brain from birth will help it to develop into a strong healthy machine.

Imagine life without memory. What would you do if you woke up and didn’t know where you were? What if you didn’t know how to take a shower, get dressed or tie your shoes? A lot of people don’t stop to think about these things. It would be pretty hard to survive without a brain.

Head injuries are one of the common causes of disability and death in children. Almost all children will bump their heads while learning to roll, crawl, walk or even ride a bike. The more force that is caused in a head injury, the more likely the brain has received a serious injury.

Brain injuries can cause seizures, vomiting, concussion, severe pain, nausea, loss of consciousness, and even bleeding from the head or face. If you notice any of these symptoms, especially after your child has bumped his or her head, call 911 right away. If your child stops breathing for more than a few seconds, start rescue breathing until help arrives.

There are a lot of things we can do to help protect our children’s brains. We can start by giving them the nourishment they need to survive. Eating fresh fruits and vegetable is a good start. Getting them on a daily vitamin is also good. Making sure they wear their helmets while riding their bikes and teaching them how to safely cross the street is also important. Always remember to put a seat belt on your child, and make sure the seat belt isn’t defective. Make your home safe from falls to prevent injury, causing head trauma.

Since the brain is active while we are sleeping, it would probably be a good idea so shut those video games off at least on an hour before bed . . . and no scary movies before covering up. Everyone knows bad dreams cause a bad nights sleep. Your child and his or her brain are a team, just as you and your brain are. If you do your best to protect it, it will do its best to keep your child happy and healthy for years to come.

I Am Your Child Series (Educating Parents on a Child’s Healthy Brain Development – Prenatal Through the First Early Years) [6 VHS Set]

I Am Your Child Series (Educating Parents on a Child’s Healthy Brain Development – Prenatal Through the First Early Years) [6 VHS Set]

Contains six VHS videos. In 1997 Rob and Michele Reiner joined forces with leading child development experts to help raise public awareness about the critical importance the prenatal period through the first early years plays in a child’s healthy brain development. Already a renowned film director, Reiner turned his talents to helping educate parents on this, and other topics of interest to the caregivers of our youngest children.

The critically-acclaimed I Am Your Child series began with the release of “The First Years Last Forever” in 1997. The star-studded series has grown throughout the years to comprise 13 productions in English, 11 in Spanish, and continues with “For The Child,” to help educate foster parents about the mental health resources available for the children in their care. Narrated by Rob Reiner, Dr. T. Berry Brazelton, Maria Shriver, Phylicia Rashad, Gloria Estefan, Jamie Lee Curtis and LeVar Burton. CONTENTS: 1) The First Years Last Forever -Tips on bonding, communication, health and nutrition, child care. 2) Your Healthy Baby – Tips on how to have a healthy pregnancy, breastfeeding, when it is best for you and your children to visit the doctor, what foods to feed your children, exercising, how to have fun being healthy. 3) Safe From the Start – Tips on car safety, safety at home, safety outside the home, toy safety and gun safety. 4) Ready To Learn – Shows why you should talk and read to your baby, ways to read with your child daily, teaching read and writing activities, and more. 5) Quality Child Care – Shows why quality child care is important, what to look for when choosing child care, questions to ask caregivers, and more. 6) Discipline – Tips on why children feel safe when you set limits, how to set limits right from the start, why a firm but gentle approach works best, and more.

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