Empowering child clinics to get babies moving
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Empowering child clinics to get babies moving

Elaine Cole @prideinnursing Editor, RCNi Projects

An initiative pioneered by Kent health visitor Julia Haynes to promote infant movement is showing strong developmental outcomes. Now she wants to introduce it nationally

A health visitor’s drive to improve parents’ understanding of the vital importance of movement and interaction from birth has been transforming the readiness of thousands of Kent children for school.

Primary Health Care. 28, 7, 18-19. doi: 10.7748/phc.28.7.18.s18

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