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provide babies/infants with physical comfort as appropriate

Postby kathyc » Sat Jan 05, 2013 6:27 pm

Your Assignment Module Number and Heading: provide care for babies CHCCN305B
Your Assignment Type: Standard Question
Currently Working in Childcare? Yes
Your knowledge: Beginner

Your Question?
what can long term repercussions be if a baby/infant is deprived of physical comfort?
make list of results, conduct research to provide synopsis of the resultant problems and the links betwen these isues and appropriate physical contact.


What is your answer so far or What have you done so far as an attempt to solve this question?
i have found and listed the 7 results and done a synopsis for each result but am struggling with finding links between the issues and appropriate physical contact.
if anyone can give me some advice of where to look that would be appreciated.


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Re: provide babies/infants with physical comfort as appropriate

Postby Lorina » Thu Jan 10, 2013 6:06 pm

This question has already been answered on this forum...

See if the following information helps you out from the link below...

Respond to cues and needs of babies/infants

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