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Vol. III: Childhood I: 4 Weeks to 18 Months

DVD-Baby Video Library

Vol. III: Childhood I: 4 Weeks to 18 Months

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The 2 Month Old

  • Two month doctor visit
  • Breast feeding, formula feeding
  • Flouride
  • Bathing
  • Growth and development
  • General physical examination
  • Immunization
  • Diptheria, whooping cough, tetanus
  • Hemophillus influenza type B, measles, mumps, rubella, polio
  • Love and security
  • Bedtime routine-sleep
  • Crying
  • Other members of the family
  • Self-comforting behavior
  • Auto restraints, safety issues
  • Hazards
  • Safe toys and cloths
  • Never shake a baby

The 4 Month Old

  • The four month doctor visit
  • Physical examination and questions
  • Help for teething
  • The first dental visit and examination
  • Cleaning babies teeth and mouth
  • Fluoride
  • Nursing bottle teeth
  • Treatment for damaged teeth
  • Development aided by simple toys
  • Playpens
  • Exercise
  • The benefit of infant immunizations
  • Low income information

The 6 Month Old

  • The six month doctor visit
  • Physical examination
  • Weaning
  • Introduction to solid foods
  • Day Care
  • Selection of facility and visits
  • Help for simgle parents
  • Seperation anxiety
  • Self-comforting
  • Tantrums
  • Discipline
  • Language development
  • Special focus on child abuse
  • Verbal, nutritional abuse
  • Community resources for child abuse victims
  • Prevention of sexual abuse
  • Desperate situations require state intervention

The 9-15 Month Old

  • Creeping, crawling, and walking
  • Baby shoes
  • How to treat tantrums
  • Fostering good behaviour
  • Using "labels" to benefit your child
  • Discipline does not require hurting the child
  • Self feeding begins
  • Bedtime routine
  • Special focus on safety issues
  • Poison prevention

The 15-18 Month Old

  • Explosive learning and development
  • Individuality
  • Characteristics
  • Communication
  • One-on-one time
  • Meals
  • Bedtime
  • Imitative behaviour
  • Learning to speak
  • Discipline must be fair and loving
  • Nervous behaviour, stuttering and thumb sucking
  • Family TV policy
  • Role models
  • Answering questions about sexuality and sexual growth
  • Safety issues

The Baby Video Library

The Baby Video Library is the first comprehensive health series ever to be produced in a video format. It has become one of the most valuable and frequently used reference sources by hospitals, universities, schools, libraries, pregnancy centers and government agencies.

This completely new approach combines dramatization and documentary techniques in a series prepared by medical experts. Available in English, Spanish and German, the vital information presented in this easy-to-understand series can greatly reduce infant mortality and birth defects.

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