Live Virtual: Primary Caregiving for Infants & Toddlers in a Center Setting

Research shows that infants and toddlers develop trust and attachment when primary caregivers engage in consistent, responsive, and meaningful interactions with them. These relationships and engagements buffer stress and help the infant or toddler regulate, as well as, correlating with children’s success in school and life. This course will explain what Primary Caregiving is, along with first-step planning to begin implementing Primary Caregiving into your classroom and center.

This course is appropriate for early care and education professionals working with infants and toddlers in a Center setting.


Course Details

  • KDHE Approved:Yes
  • Clock Hours:2
  • CDA Subject Area:8 - 8 - Growth and Development
  • KS/MO Core Comp Area:I. Child and Youth Growth and Development
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