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Your Baby's Brain Development

Listen to Podcasts on your baby's brain development 

Week 18

On the Family Affair segment in Weekends with Nat Browning on ABC Local Radio, we explore your baby's brain development in week 18.

Questions discussed:

    • When does the brain begin to develop? What can my baby sense while in utero?
    •  What are the factors that can influence positive and healthy brain development and how can parents help their baby’s development?
    • The structure of the brain, how the brain continuously grows and changes through childhood and how which skills the baby needs to master first.
    • How to find balance between play and stimulation as well as meeting their other needs.


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