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visual, auditory and tactical stimulations of a newborn child

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Fied (1980) recommended four sensory modalities for neonatal developmental interventions. In view of the above assertion, discuss what is involved in visual, auditory and tactical stimulations of a new born child.

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This is what is involved in visual, auditory and tactical stimulations of a new born child. For visual stimulation, the single most optimal way one can stimulate baby's vision is using black/white stripes and light/ dark colors that contrast. Some of the best ways to do this include surrounding a newborn's crib, and play area with stripes. According to pediatrician Dr. Bob Sears this concerning newborns "This is the perfect time to place a black and white striped book, picture, or toy about 8 to 12 inches from baby's face. Watch your baby fix on this and stare almost glued to it." Also, 8-12 inches and black and white or dark red and white ones (including ...

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Visual, auditory and tactical stimulations of a newborn child are enumerated.

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