Tune in and Respond: Caregiver Interactions with a Young Child are Most Beneficial When They are Sensitive, Prompt, and Appropriate


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A responsive caregiver interaction style favorably influences a young child’s development. Parents, caregivers, and early childhood educators can strengthen a child’s developing mind, social skills, and emotions when they are aware of the child’s efforts to interact and consistently respond to the child in ways that are sensitive, prompt, and appropriate. Learn how to use the practice and how to tell if it is working in this brochure.

Author: Kaki Roberts
Published 2003

SKU: 2003-47. Category: , .