Right from the Start
- 1983 ----- color ----- 52 min ----- 16mm
Looks at the important relationship between parent and child that begins at birth. Shows how, moments after a child is born, a parent and child make important connections through touching, responding and eye contact. They communicate through a common language--the language of love. It is a special dialogue that forms the basis for the child's growth and development. Illustrates the surprising capabilities and personalities of infants, and explains how to interpret a baby's signals. It shows how once a parent can communicate with an infant, parenting becomes more rewarding and enjoyable for both parent and baby.
- Topics: (Family Life, Pediatrics, Psychology: Developmental)