Babies are born ready to learn. They have already started their learning process even before birth. This learning process helps them recognize the world around them soon after birth.
You must be aware of the fact that the new born baby can recognise his/her mother immediately after birth, though never seen her earlier.
Baby recognises mother by her smell and sound (includes both: sound of heart beats and talking).
Stop crying while coming in contact with the mother or turning face towards her itself demonstrates that new born is not only taking in information but also judging, evaluating, concluding and taking actions accordingly.
We have seen such actions of baby on the day of birth itself and this being so casual and normal with every new born that we hardly think of thinking on: what brings such actions? Let’s look at how baby is able to do all this at on the day of birth itself, what baby wants to do and also what can we provide to support the baby in what it wants to achieve.
A common question we would encounter when we talk about our company and products is this-why does a baby need stimulation. Read More
Stimulation Enhances Intelligence
The brain, sensory pathway and the nervous system need a planned and repeated sensory stimulation for their development. Repeating such sensory stimulation strengthens the internal wiring of the brain and increases the speed of brain function.Know More
Forming Neural Connections
Stimulation helps the baby form thousands of new neural connections every second, and this develops their intelligence and co-ordination. This is more so in the first few months with the baby’s brain building its wiring system during this time. It is an intense period of brain growth and network building, a‘once in a life- time’ phase of learning.Know More
Increase Baby’s Capabilities
We can increase the baby’s achievement of developmental milestones in its early months and years by planned stimulation. A baby’s regular and normal intellectual and motor development happens from circumstantial sensory experiences mostly by chance. But if we provide the stimulation on purpose not by accident, we can bring up the child in a structured environment which is rich in stimulation. This helps develop sharper brains just as feeding nutritious food does to the body.Know More