Unit factors associated with safety and health

Unit 3 seminar CE114
What are some factors (both developmental and environmental) associated with the safety of infants through the second birthday?
As an early childhood care professional, we can help parents plan for developmental and environmental factors associated with safety and health of infants and young children by providing parenting education services. By providing family support services that work with families to strengthen their resiliency and to address the stressors that impair their ability to nurture or support the healthy development of their children (ucla. du 2012).  The safest place for your baby to sleep for the first six months is in a basket or crib in the same room as you.  Babies should be placed on their backs to sleep because they are less likely to choke.  If you wake up and see that your baby is on his/her front, and he/she’s younger than six months old, gently roll them onto their back.  Sharing a bed is dangerous for a newborn and the risks of suffocating your baby are greater.
How can you, as an early childhood care professional help parents plan for developmental and environmental factors associated with the safety and health of infants and young children?
Discuss some safety factors associated with toys.
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