What is Welcome Baby?Children's Service Society of Utah provides the Welcome Baby program to the Salt Lake Valley. An in-home visitation, which strengthens parent child attachment, increases parental capacity and function, identifies early developmental delays, strengthens community interactions and aid parents in preparing their child to enter kindergarten ready to learn. Welcome Baby serves families with children prenatal to three.
Children's Service Society1-801-326-4395Monday - Thursday 7:30 to 6:00
Monthly Archives: September 2013
When feeding a child offer nutritious foods so that your child will grow and be healthy. Some things to Remember: A toddler cannot sit still for very long. A toddler cannot help making a mess, as he does not have … Continue reading
A young child bids her surroundings an affectionate goodnight before settling down for a peaceful night’s sleep. This classic bedtime tale is perfect for lulling little sleepyheads to bed. Goodnight Goodnight Sleepyhead was originally published as Eyes Nose Fingers … Continue reading
Breast milk or formula is the only food your newborn needs. However, by ages 4 months to 6 months, most babies are ready to begin eating solid foods as a complement to breast-feeding or formula-feeding. It’s during this time that … Continue reading
This month at playgroup we are focusing on activities around a farm. The kids have enjoy learning about various areas of a farm, and this week we talked about the barn and barn animals. We found this idea from the … Continue reading
Students are more successful in School when parents are actively interested in homework it shows child that what they do is important. 1. Know the teachers and what they look for. … Continue reading