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Member Tips for Using the Baby in Mind Website

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Four months after the launch of the new Baby in Mind website, most things have gone off without a hitch. Here’s some useful tips for members about using the website, based on the most common questions we’ve had:
Make sure you log-in

This site uses a membership-based system. In plain-English this means that logging-in will make sure you can access all areas, discounts and resources you are entitled to. So how can parents find which technique works for their individual baby?

Use the ‘Forgot Password’ link.

If you have lost your password, the log-in page has a ‘forgot password’ link. You don’t need to email the office for your password anymore, but use the ‘forgot password’ link and follow the instructions.

Check your spam folder

New passwords are automatically sent to you in an email that looks like very bad spam.

If you don’t receive your new password, please check your spam/ junk mail folder. This won’t come as an email from anyone in our office, but will look like an auto-generated computer email.

Provide as much detail as you can

Our friendly team are on-hand to help with any technical difficulties. To help us respond as quickly as possible, please provide as much detail as possible about the problem you are having. For example, please include information about any error messages you receive, what page you are having difficulty with, and what you see. If you know how to do screen-shots this is very helpful – but not essential.

Book Depository Supporting Baby Massage

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Australian charity, Baby in Mind, announces a new partnership with Book Depository.
As many of you will know, Book Depository is one of the worlds largest and most popular online booksellers. This popularity is due to their enormous range of titles (including hard-to-find titles), heavily discounted prices, and Free Shipping to most countries - including Australia. In a new partnership between Baby in Mind and Book Depository, members and supporters of the charity will be able to access all of these benefits in a way that also supports the work of their organisation.

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Essential Books About Infant Touch and Infant Massage

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Social touch between human beings has a profound impact on all areas of our lives, starting from birth when touch between parents and babies forms the basis of neurological regulation, social and brain development, our earliest social interactions and social learning. Social touch between parents and babies has the capacity to transform the possibilities for parent-baby relationships and, in turn, to expand and transform our relationships with all people. If we are serious about supporting healthy, human development, we need to understand the importance of the way that touch mediates the earliest experiences parents and babies have with each other. Here are our top ‘must-read books’ for parents and workers alike interested in infant massage and how touch creates who we are.

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Five Year Accreditation Granted to Infant Massage Course

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Parents are often surprised to know that the majority of people who teach infant massage programs in Australia have only completed “hobby” or non-vocational courses in how to do infant massage or – in many cases – no training in infant massage whatsoever. However, in November, the Australian Government (via the Australian Skills Quality Authority)  re-accredited the National Competency Standards relating to the delivery of infant massage education.

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