Parenting: The First Three Years Support Videos (DVD)

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Parenting: The First Three Years Support Videos (DVD)

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This series of short videos was produced under a grant from the NICHD and is ideal for home visitation purposes or to support understanding of child development in parenting education classes.

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Purchase 1-3 copies for $199 each and 4-15 copies for $159 each. Contact us for additional discounts for purchases above 15 copies.

Parenting The First Three Years – Support Videos were derived from a series of curricula that is research-based and evidence-informed. The video content optimizes an appreciation of child development knowledge and provides the parenting educator or home visitor with short, focused vignettes that illustrate key parenting issues experienced during birth through 35-months of age. 

Designed by parenting educators for parenting educators, Parenting The First Three Years – Support Videos DVD contains 38 compelling 1-7 minute videos addressing child development topics in over two hours and 27 minutes of content. A complete listing of video segments, run times, and sample videos can be found here.

Sample Content

Timing and Tempo

Baby Babble

Brain Building for Ones

Effective Discipline for Ones

Setting Up Family Rules and Guidelines

Moving Into the Outside World

During the first 3 years, children's long-term developmental trajectories are established, and the quality of parenting the child receives on a daily basis profoundly influences these trajectories. The transition to parenthood is a difficult one for many parents, however, and can lead to parental stress and a lack of parenting competence and confidence. The video vignettes contained in Parenting: The First Three Years - Support Videos enable parenting educators and home visitors to more efficiently address a wide range of key child development topics.

This wonderful DVD will be helpful to parents by providing brief visual depictions of responding supportively to a wide range of situations that commonly occur in infancy and early childhood, the years that shape the person who is developing.
— Vincent J. Felitti, MD, Co-Principal Investigator, the Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) Study