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Guiding Principles for “Being” and “Doing” With Infants, Toddlers, and Families

Nov 16, 2016

These principles have proven to be trustworthy guides in our efforts to be the best we can for babies, families, each other, and our selves.

How you are and what you do become models for how professionals and parents relate to each other, and how adults relate to the infants and toddlers in their care.

Our conviction that how you are is as important as what you do with very young children and their families has developed over several decades of working, studying, and teaching in the growing field of infant-family development. During this same period, we have discovered a handful of principles of interaction that have proven to be trustworthy guides in our efforts to be and do the best we can for babies, families, each other and our selves.

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