Conseils pour les parents – Développement du cerveau – Milieux sécuritaires

Handout in French for future parents : practical suggestions to support their baby’s brain development by providing a safe environment. (2019)

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This handout is part of a series of 15 tip sheets that provide parents and future parents some practical suggestions to support their baby’s brain development. These messages complement the information provided on http://www.healthybabyhealthybrain.ca.

 

This particular tipsheet offers practical suggestions for parents to support their baby’s brain development by providing a safe environment at home for baby to play, eat, sleep, live in.

 

All these tip sheets are available:

  • in HTML format (like a website) for easy browsing from multiple devices.
  • as a PDF, easy to print..

 

They come accompanied by tips for service providers on how to use these fact sheets (in English and French)

 

The various tipsheets are:

Preconception – Future mothers’ health – Did you know that the brain of a future baby can be affected by the mother’s health, even before conception? (English and French)

Preconception – Future fathers’ health – Did you know that the brain of a future baby can be affected by the father’s health, even before conception? (English and French)

Pregnancy – Nutrition during pregnancy – Did you know that you should eat twice as healthy when you are pregnant, not twice as much? (English and French)

Pregnancy – Exposures during pregnancy – Did you know that what you are exposed to during pregnancy can affect your unborn baby’s brain? (English and French)

Pregnancy – Managing stress during pregnancy – Did you know that positive feelings during pregnancy can help your unborn baby’s brain? (English and French)

0-2 months – Your role as a parent – Did you know that your newborn needs your loving care to develop a healthy brain? (English and French)

3-4 months – Attachment / relationships – Did you know that a baby’s secure attachment is important for brain development? (English and French)

5-6 months- Listening to your baby -Did you know that listening to your baby’s cues helps your baby’s brain to develop? (English and French)

7-9 months – Feeding your baby – Did you know that healthy foods and healthy feeding habits help build a healthy brain? (English and French)

10-12 months – Safe environments – Did you know that a safe environment will help your baby’s brain development? (English and French)

12-15 months – Language and numbers – Did you know babies quickly gain an understanding of the world around them through the development of language? (English and French)

16-18 months – Physical activity – Did you know there are guidelines for physical activity for toddlers? (English and French)

19-24 months – Everyday play using all the senses – Did you know that using the five senses when playing with your toddler helps your toddler’s brain development? (English and French)

25-30 months – Routines – Did you know routines are important to help young children develop a healthy brain? (English and French)

31-36 months – Helping your child cope – Did you know you can help your child develop self-regulation? (English and French)