Becoming new parents is an exciting and challenging time and at some point, most parents wish that their baby came with a manual. The closest thing we have to a manual is a great deal of knowledge from many decades of research into child development.
Your baby needs to have the best care from it's parents in order to make the most of the crucial first six years when brain growth is developing rapidly and the architecture of your child's brain is directly influenced by the decisions that you make as a parent.
Your ability to use brain-based approaches in your early parenting will see your child develop the four essential 'Self-skills' that all children need in order to emerge from childhood as happy and well-adjusted children: 1. Self Regulation - the ability to have self control. 2. Social Skills - the ability to make and keep friends. 3. Self-Worth - the ability to own your value as a person. 4. Engagement and Achievement - the ability to stay on task to completion
Your child's development of these skills begins from birth and moves through the challenges of the toddler years through to the pre-school years. By age six, their brain's basic architecture is in place and ongoing brain development will see them acquire more sophisticated thinking abilities and social skills as they mature.
Parents can enjoy a great peace of mind by knowing that their parenting approach is helping their child to develop optimally and this is one of the benefits of attending Tim's parenting seminars.