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Brain Development Babies 3 to 12 months

Information about brain developmentDid you know your child is born with 100 billion brain cells and that their brain grows faster during the first three years of life than at any other stage?

Baby’s brain is growing very rapidly in the first year of life and this is reflected in the emergence of personality traits. These traits are often expressed through changes in sleeping and feeding patterns asserting their individualism as they begin to make choices.

The wiring of your child’s brain is like the electrical wiring in your home.  The cables need to be properly installed, used, protected and well maintained for the electrical supply to remain affective.

Ngala Building Brains sessions can help parents to learn ways to assist their child develop during this crucial brain development stage. Groups are held regularly through the week.

See Parent Education for group session information.

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  • Solid Start

    Solid Start

    When: 27 Mar, 9:30am

    Where: Banksia Grove

    4 - 7 months. Interested in learning more about introducing solids to your baby? This workshop covers introduction of solids for parents with babies aged 4 months to 7 months. You will be given information and tips to help you with this important milestone in your babyâs life.


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