A research study of Dan’s classes, conducted by Dr. Carolyn Palmer, PhD., Developmental Psychologist at Vassar College was recently published in the Infant Mental Health Journal. The article  is titled “Moving Into Tummy-Time, Together: Touch and Transitions Aid Parent Confidence and Infant Development.” In the article, Dr. Carolyn Palmer, Barbara Leverone and Dan Rindler share our findings — that attending Dan’s classes led to:

  • Improved tummy-time
  • A more varied repertoire of infant movement
  • A more varied repertoire of parent interaction
  • And pointed toward a shift in parent confidence

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