SNAICC, the peak-body in Australia representing the voices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children, included not one, but two presentations in the proceedings about the Baby in Mind First Touch Program, and how it is being adapted by workers supporting Aboriginal families in Australia. Read More
This training qualifies you to deliver the First Touch Program: which helps parents build confidence in recognising their baby’s cues. At the same time, you’ll provide parents with skills to respond sensitively to these cues using baby massage, other forms of healthy touch, movement, voice and eye contact.
This is the only government-accredited infant massage training program available in the world.