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The critical importance of the quality of parent-infant interaction on the development of the infant and child is emphasized throughout. The author addresses problems that parents face, not only in the care of their often difficult and unresponsive high-risk infant, but also in having to cope with the reality of their infant?s problems.
Intervention strategies are presented in response to specific problems of parents and their infants and to emotional and behavioral reactions of siblings to the presence of this fragile infant who requires much adult time and attention.
The book also presents information on topics such as how cultural values influence parent-infant relationship patterns and parenting practices, foster parents, the role of assessment in intervention, and ways of helping to ease the parents? transition to other programs.
Available As: Book
Written By: Bromwich, Rose
Length: 406 pages