CHADIS Resources for Families

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Calm Baby (Video - Child)

Product Description Calm Baby? is the first water-based video designed to calm infants/children. The video is a collage of brightly colored toys and objects put to the calming sights and sounds of...

All Ages

Age groups: Toddlerhood (1-3), Infancy (<1)

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Baby Einstein - Language Nursery (Video - Child)

Product Description BABY EINSTEIN(TM) LANGUAGE NURSERY acquaints your baby with the sounds of foreign language by presenting delightful, visually stimulating images accompanied by spoken passages,...

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Age groups: Toddlerhood (1-3), Infancy (<1)

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Lamaze Spin n' Stack Rings (Equipment/Aid - Child)

FROM THE PUBLISHER The rings spin and play music when stacked. The colorful plastic rings with textured ribbons capture babies' attention. This stacking and sorting toy is as musical as it is...

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Age groups: Infancy (<1), Preschool/Kindergarten (3-5), Toddlerhood (1-3)

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¿Y el Cordón Umbilical? (Info for Parent - Parent)

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Having Twins: A parent's guide to pregnancy, birth, and early childhood (2nd ed.) -- by E Noble (Author) (Book - Parent)

"This complete guide to multiple pregnancy is now fully revised and brought up to date with a decade's advances in research, in understanding the psychology of parents and twins, and in the author's...

All Ages

Age groups: Infancy (<1), Toddlerhood (1-3)

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Secrets of the Baby Whisperer for Toddlers -- by Tracy Hogg, Melinda Blau (Authors) (Book - Parent)

"Using real-life examples, Hogg shows how parents, sometimes unwittingly, sabotage their own parenting through their anxious behavior. When a mother talks about how nothing seems to hold her son's...

Ages 13 years and up.

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The Baltimore City Pediatric HIV Project (Program)

Program for children ages 6wks - 3 yrs, whose parents have HIV/AIDS.

Ages 1 months - 3 years.

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