Sensory Stimulation Set For Pre-term Babies (Newborn To 2 Months)

Sensory Stimulation Set For Pre-term Babies (Newborn To 2 Months)

1,500.00

Benefits:

  • Supports baby to adjust in this new world
  • An ideal set to provide early intervention to both full term and preterm baby.
  • Enhances clarity in vision.
  • Develops sensory pathways.
  • Improves ability to distinguish between different exposures.
  • Creates initial ability to focus.
  • Boosts memory and its recollection.
  • Lays the foundation to make learning fun for life.

(The recommended time for using this Sensory Stimulation Set for pre-Term babies is from birth to 64 days.)

Notice the following observations while using the set:

  • Baby’s nostrils go up and down (expand and contract).
  • This is an excellent set for providing early intervention to both full-term and preterm babies.
  • The baby will stop making any other movements and just focus on the stimulation provided.
  • Baby’s eye pupil is expanding and relaxing.
  • For 5 to 10 seconds, the baby stares at the card or chart.
  • The baby will pause crying if shown the card while crying.
  • The baby turns its head towards the direction of the sound bottle.
  • There will be an increase in the awaking time of the baby.

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A newborn baby has a natural and unsatisfiable hunger to experience and to know about the world around them.

A baby’s access to knowledge and learning is only through sensory organs. By hearing, smelling, touching, and seeing, the baby experiences and learns about the surroundings, which leads to overall development.

Every exposure of each sensory organ to planned stimulation strengthens the sensory bridge between the sensory organs and the brain. This results in the development of all the sensory organs, pathways, and the brain. This development accelerates the baby’s capability for complex learning in the future.

(Stimulation: encouragement of something to make it develop or become more active.)

This sensory stimulation set for pre-term babies is designed around a baby using all these senses to create memories of them, recollect memories, develop associations, think, analyse, and respond appropriately.

Normally, a baby learns from sensory experiences as and when the baby gets exposed to such circumstances, and that happens by chance.

The most important task of the newborn is to understand, adjust, and get settled in this new world, which is much different than being in a mother’s womb. A baby’s access to knowledge and learning is only through sensory organs. By hearing, smelling, touching, and seeing, a baby experiences and learns about the surroundings, which results in creating an understanding of the world. Every exposure of each sensory organ to planned stimulation strengthens the sensory bridge between the sensory organs and the brain. This results in the development of all the sensory organs, pathways, and the brain. This development accelerates the baby’s capability for complex learning in the future. (Stimulation: encouragement of something to make it develop). This sensory stimulation set for pre-term babies is designed around a baby using all these senses to create memories of them, recollect memories, develop associations, think, analyse, and respond appropriately. This set falls under the criteria of early intervention and makes an enormous difference in the development of premature babies. It just takes 10 minutes a day to give this planned stimulation to the baby. We also have a support team to guide you through its usage to ensure the best growth for your newborn. This is an ideal gift that you can give to an expecting parent during a baby shower.

The stimulation needs to be done on purpose, not by accident.

(Sensory Stimulation Set for pre-Term babies is effective for only the first 64 days after birth. After 64 days of age, use the complete Hungry Brain-Early Brain Stimulation Set.)

This set contains:

1) Visual Stimulation Cards: Baby’s first card, 1 black and white chart, and 20 cards for visual and thought stimulation. This helps in strengthening eye muscles, enabling your baby to see clearly.

2)Olfactory stimulation bottles: 16 bottles of different fragrances Smell is the most advanced sense that babies have at birth. Stimulating it makes it stronger.

3) Auditory stimulation bottles: 16 bottles with varying sounds.The auditory pathway plays a major role in a baby’s brain development. This set supports storing sound in memory.

4) Tactile stimulation charts: 16 different texture samples Touch is a powerful learning tool for enhancing a baby’s early emotional learning and is one of the best-developed senses at birth.

Weight 1.000 kg
Dimensions 30.5 × 5 × 23 cm

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