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Supporting Brain Development From 12 to 18 Months

Download Files Feb 9, 2016

Learn how the brains of infants and toddlers grow and how you can support their brain development through everyday interactions.

From 12 to 18 months, babies are developing language skills, thinking skills, learning how to move, and developing socially and emotionally. Learn how you as their caregiver can support the development of these important skills.

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