Baby interactions: understanding and responding

A series of videos on Getting to know your baby

Sensitive responding to the infant, using voice and touch, are important to enable a baby to develop a secure attachment to their primary caregivers.

Caregiver sensitivity involves responding to an infant’s distress in a way that is both timely (when the baby is most distressed), and also appropriate. This video illustrates the ways in which parents show understanding and responsiveness.

AiMH has created an information sheet for members on ‘Attunement’, to accompany this video.

Download “Attunement – Getting to know your baby M34 – Key concepts” gtkyb-m34-key-concepts-attunement.pdf – Downloaded 211 times – 605 KB

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