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How doulas are providing valuable support to women in Bradford. By Meredith Jones Russell

More children are being toilet trained later, according to a new survey of early years staff.

A Government-backed campaign aims to help parents with weaning and tackle widespread myths about the signs a baby is ready to try their first solid foods.

A Baby Room Project in East Sussex is improving interactions with children under 18 months, report Laura Piper and Verity Green

Professor Powell moved to the Froebel Trust in September after working at Canterbury Christ Church University in the Research Centre for Children, Families and Communities

The quality of adult-child interactions are critical to the well-being and brain development of a baby and young child. When an adult responds to a baby’s babbling, gestures or cries with sensitive eye-contact, words or a hug, this builds and strengthens the neural connections in a baby’s brain. Such interactions are referred to as ‘serve and return’.

What are the developmental expectations for attention and listening in two- to three-year-olds and when should concerns be raised? By Anne-Marie Tassoni and Penny Tassoni

Children who spend some time in formal childcare are less likely to have behavioural problems than those that are cared for solely at home, according to new research.

Outdoors is the very best place for babies and toddlers to explore, learn how the body works and to develop its potential, explains Julie Mountain

Why movement is important for the youngest children and how settings can best provide opportunities to practise it. By Carol Archer

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