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One of the recommendations of the study was helping parents come up with more developmentally supportive strategies for helping an infant or toddler who is irritable, fussy, or extremely demanding. The study, being from a medical establishment, recommends pediatricians communicate this information, but it seems like there is a role for librarians here, too. How can we intentionally model and share scaffolding strategies for helping the youngest children learn to self-regulate?
What do you do?