Early Brain Development with Dr. Robert Titzer

Baby To Toddler | 30 November to 1 December 2019 | NEC Birmingham | Baby, Pregnancy & Parent Shopping Event | Dr Robert Titzer
Many parents are aware that adequate nutrition is necessary for proper brain development during pregnancy and infancy, but they may not realize that a stimulating language environment is also needed.
How you interact with your baby influences the actual physical structure of your baby’s brain. Why does the early environment have such a large impact on the physical structure of a child’s brain?
  • About 75% of brain mass is formed by age two
  • About 90% of brain development occurs by age five  
  • Infants and toddlers have thousands of new synapses forming in their brains every second
  • The number of new brain connections for language learning peaks just before 11 months of age
  • Younger infants have more neuroplasticity than older toddlers (neuroplasticity is the ability of the brain to change based on environmental input)
  • How you interact with your baby or toddler causes changes at the neuronal level

You can learn how to interact with your baby at Dr. Robert Titzer's talks on both Saturday and Sunday. He will be speaking about how to talk to babies to enhance your child's language skills, he will also be happy to answer any questions at the Infant Learning Company stand E7.Click here to find out more. 
 
Baby To Toddler | 30 November to 1 December 2019 | NEC Birmingham | Baby, Pregnancy & Parent Shopping Event | Dr Robert Titzer

* Published: Wednesday 30 October 2019