This course provides basic information on a wide range of topics for infant-care providers. Participants will learn about infant development and typical developmental milestones; essential practices for maintaining a safe, healthy environment; and strategies for promoting optimal growth across all developmental domains.
Georgia, Kentucky, Nevada, New York
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