In 2008, I read a piece of research that caused an international storm. It tried to make a simple point: that the design of strollers shapes our children’s emotional and brain development. The study was, at the time, the only piece of empirical research that I could find that had even tried to explore that possibility.
A short film by actors with Down Syndrome on how Trisomy 21 occurs. Made by Shabang Inclusive Learning in collaboration with Mediapreview. Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, UK
Mummy Sarah and her baby Tim experienced "B.A.S.E.® - Babywatching in preschool and school to promote sensitivity and empathy, and to prevent aggression and fear".
In response to: Carpenter et al. 2013: Bed sharing when parents do not smoke: is there a risk of SIDS 
Author: Herbert Renz-Polster, MD and Freia De Bock, MD, MPH specialised in child medicine and scientists at Mannheimer Institut für Public Health
"Time flies when you’re having fun. It’s nearly two years since our first conversations with Dr Karl-Heinz Brisch, the founder of BASEBabywatching, as to whether it would be possible to bring his extraordinarily simple but effective programme to the UK."
KH Brisch’s book Treating Attachment Disorders, Second Edition: From Theory to Therapy has been nominated for the 2013 Gradiva Award for Best Book by the National Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis (NAAP). The Gradiva is awarded for the best published, produced or publicly exhibited work that advances psychoanalysis.
The first SAFE®-course in New Zealand started17 th of February, 2013 in Tauranga.The SAFE®-Kurs was conducted by Augsutina Driessen and her SAFE®-Team.