Each year four to five of every 1,000 babies born in Canada are diagnosed with hearing loss or deafness. Find out what type of communication options are available for families with deaf or hard of hearing children.
Here's how to know what to do.
Why singing to your baby is good for both of you.
Find out what you can do encourage communication and social development.
Playing is what kids do best, and it’s a good thing, too, considering play is instrumental in your child’s development. So this year, as you start your holiday shopping, keep that in mind. Toys should be fun, but also contribute to intellectual, sensory and behavioural growth.
Ask Dr. Marla: What are the milestones for a premature baby in the first few weeks?
These basic activities will help your baby more than you may have thought.
Andrea Page, a pre-and post-natal fitness coach and founder of FitMom, shares simple tips and demonstrates exercises to help new moms introduce fitness to their babies from an early age.