The Brazelton Institute
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Welcome to the Brazelton Centre

The Brazelton Centre is a charity whose primary goals are to promote an understanding of infant development through fostering strong infant-parent relationships by focusing attention on the infant’s behavioural abilities, and the important role their babies play in cementing healthy infant-parent relationships.

The Brazelton approach is recommended in the:

  • Child Health Promotion Programme, 2008, now the Healthy Child Programme, 2009 by the Department of Health, UK
  • Welsh Assembly in their Flying Start programme
  • Scottish Government Heads Up programme
  • And supports recommendations in the NICE Guidelines, Maternity Matters, Skills for Health – Midwifery competencies
Training programmes are: The NBAS scale is used for infant assessment and research, and as an intervention with parents. It provides detailed information about the individual infant’s self-regulatory abilities and how the infant manages crying, sleep, alert states, and feeding.
The NBO is a relationship-building tool between practitioner and parent, that supports the developing parent-infant relationship, and provides an introduction to their infant’s behaviour.
Both the NBAS and NBO have proved to be valuable ways of sensitising both parents and practitioners to the extraordinary behavioural capabilities of the infant. They show the individuality of the newborn and the infant's powerful impact on the establishment of the infant-parent relationship.



 

Training Courses

Newborn Behavioural Observation (NBO)

Systems Training

4th and 5th December, 2014
Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge


A relationship-building tool between practitioners and parents with babies from birth to 3 months old and an introduction to newborn behaviour
(previous training in the NBAS is not a pre-requisite for NBO training)
Fee including book, kit, handouts, lunch and refreshments: £395-00
Please contact Deborah Leith at: dl342@medschl.cam.ac.uk


The Neonatal Behavioural Assessment Scale (NBAS)

30th and 31st October, 2014, Central Library, Cambridge

Fee including book, kit, handouts and third day for certification: £685.00 (incl tea and coffee)
Please contact Tiffany Kerr: info@brazelton.co.uk

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