Early Family Interaction – How to Practise It?
Le, Anh (2020)
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The aim of this thesis is to determine what kind of important activities should be practiced in young family groups in order to act as a future model for young and inexperienced families. This thesis tackles the importance of early interaction for the development of babies, and suggests the crucial activities to integrate them into daily routines. Using the method of literature review, ten (n=10) research articles were reviewed. The result from reviewing these 10 articles recommended eight main important activities to practice, namely eye contact, baby massage, reading to baby, limiting mobile usage when interacting with babies, breastfeeding, infant skin care, skin-to-skin contact, baby talk and “parentese” language. These activities should be performed together or with other daily routines involving the parents and the babies.