We are very excited to be hosting two new speakers:
Dr Ann Bigelow of St Francis Xavier University in Nova Scotia, Canada, whose work on infants’ development of the self; infant interactions with others and their influence on language and play; and the benefits of early skin-to-skin contact has had a tremendous influence on the perceptions of infants and their early relationships
Inge Nickell of the Braselton Institute, who is a health visitor and infant mental health lead in Devon. She will speak on the work of the Braselton Institute, which has been groundbreaking in changing perceptions of infants to understand their abilities to regulate and communicate, and on how the work of Babywearing educators can sensitize parents, builds parents’ empathy and trust in their ability to read infant signals, and strengthen parents’ desire for physical closeness with their infant.
We’ll add full details to our Speakers and Workshops page as soon as possible.
In the mean time, we have extended our Early Bird rates so that you can now buy tickets at Early Bird prices until the 15th of April.