Lora Heller, MS, LCAT, MT-BC, CEIM Founding Director of Baby Fingers LLC www.mybabyfingers.com Q: Is sign language only for people who are Deaf? A: No. Sign Language can be extremely useful (and fun to learn) for hearing people too. Anyone … Continue reading
Learn to Sign with Your Baby Lora teaches you how to get started and how to keep signing, right here with ParentsTV.com. http://www.parents.com/videos/video-search?pageid=1196517&channel=Baby+Sign+Language Learn about the benefits of the Baby Fingers program at www.mybabyfingers.com.
According to the Oxford dictionary, two or more people have bonded if they are “joined securely to each other; emotionally or psychologically linked.” Early childhood specialists and pediatric medical professionals tend to agree that a strong parent-child bond positively impacts … Continue reading
Some Notable Music Therapists: Joanne Loewy, NYC, music therapy in pediatric medicine and NICU. Deforia Lane, Cleveland OH, medical music therapy. Clive Robbins, NYC, music therapy in special education. Nordoff-Robbins Music Therapy. Paul Nordoff, USA/overseas. Nordoff-Robbins Music Therapy. Bryan Hunter, … Continue reading
Most babies know when their own parents are holding them – they recognize the smell, the comfort, and the voices of their mom and dad. That being said, most young babies are happy to be held and fed, regardless of … Continue reading
One day, walking down the sidewalks of NY, my younger son said “Mom, babies really make you happy.” He noticed how I smiled each time we passed one, and how I enjoyed stopping to say hello to all the Baby … Continue reading
It’s our bat mitzvah year at Baby Fingers! Wow, a teenager – just like one of my kids. I promise we won’t be sassy when you join us in classes. Many people have asked how I became interested in sign … Continue reading
It’s the most wonderful time of your life. Really. NOT easy. NOT always pretty. Sometimes terrifying. But definitely wonderful. Yes, I’m talking about Parenthood. Yes, it’s a LOOOONG time in your life, and I know it can’t all be good … Continue reading