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Perinatal & Infant Mental Health DVDs

There are enormous benefits to early social interaction for a child's developing brain. HETI's range of perinatal and infant mental health DVDs aims to help infants, parents and carers get to know each other.

RECOGNISING INFANT COMMUNICATION AND SOCIAL INTERACTION

Current research has shown how critical early social interaction is for a child's developing brain.

In the hurly-burly of parenthood, it can be difficult to recognise your baby's earliest communications.

By focusing on the first three months of life, this video aims to help babies and parents get to know each other.

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RECOGNISING INFANT COMMUNICATION AND SOCIAL INTERACTION

Current research has shown how critical early social interaction is for a child's developing brain.

In the hurly-burly of parenthood, it can be difficult to recognise your baby's earliest communications.

By focusing on the first three months of life, this video aims to help babies and parents get to know each other.

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COMMUNICATION AND SOCIAL INTERACTION FROM 4 TO 16 MONTHS

This film, the third in our series, continues to help parents understand the communication and social interaction of their infants.

From 4 to 16 months infants are entering the most complex and exciting phase of human development across all areas, physical, emotional, social and cognitive. The familiar physical milestones become tools that allow babies to delight in their achievements and find new ways of relating to their world.

We share with a group of families, the journey their infants take. We watch as the interplay between what infants are born with and the experiences they have shape the kind of person they will become, proving the path into their social future.

INFANT COMMUNICATION FOR FATHERS

Sometimes, despite the amazing emotions of fatherhood, men can feel little more than bystanders.  However babies know their fathers too and from the moment of birth, they are eager to interact with them.

Dads as well as Mums are crucial in helping their baby build relationships. Science tells us these relationships are crucial for the healthy development of babies' brains.

By following a group of families, this film teaches you to recognise the earliest signs of infant communication. It enriches your time as a father and helps give your baby the best possible start in life.

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INFANT COMMUNICATION FOR FATHERS

Sometimes, despite the amazing emotions of fatherhood, men can feel little more than bystanders.  However babies know their fathers too and from the moment of birth, they are eager to interact with them.

Dads as well as Mums are crucial in helping their baby build relationships. Science tells us these relationships are crucial for the healthy development of babies' brains.

By following a group of families, this film teaches you to recognise the earliest signs of infant communication. It enriches your time as a father and helps give your baby the best possible start in life.

This version For Professionals includes extra interview segments exploring aspects of a father's experience, for example work/life balance, what it means to be a Dad etc.

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Getting to Know You + Hello Dad + Hello Everyone

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Getting to Know You - Extended Teaching Version + Hello Dad - For Professionals + Hello Everyone

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