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Early Experiences Wire a Brain

by Deborah McNelis on March 09, 2015

Early Experiences Wire a Brain   The experiences children receive in the early years of life are crucial to overall brain development. The Brain doesn’t just magically develop on it’s own. It needs experiences to make this happen. When a child has an experience, actual connections are formed between brain cells. The brain cells are dependent on experience to create these connections! All of these connections physically grow, organize and develop the brain. Genetics certainly plays a large role in laying out a plan for development. However, it is primarily the early experiences that largely determine the basic strength and..

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Brain Insights: Share #1

by Deborah McNelis on February 27, 2015

What a child’s brain needs most is adults that understand development. Parents, educators, social-workers, foster parents, nannies, and medical professionals that are aware and well educated on early brain development can provide all that a growing brain needs most. Community leaders, employers, judges, politicians, the media and the general public also play a vital role in implementing this valuable knowledge. Through working together we can ensure all children receive the experiences that will most positively impact healthy brain connections for success and well-being in life! Simply use the share buttons or copy and paste the following insight and share EVERYWHERE! ..

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