We accompany new parents in their unique journey to parenthood, helping them support their baby’s development.
A deep-dive into important topics of childhood development: sleep, eating, therapy methods, parental anxiety…
A one to one session focusing on your family’s -and your baby’s development’s- particular needs
Supporting day-cares, primary caregivers, family-friendly companies in early childhood development and parenting.
What parents think about our courses:
"Everyone said I shouldn’t worry; eventually Maya would lie on her tummy, raise her head, and roll over. But at seven months, she still hadn’t rolled over. At First-Step I discovered why she wasn’t turning over, and why it hadn’t happened naturally, like I expected. I learned that right from the start I had to lay Maya on her side and cradle her in my arms – that‘s what encouraged her to roll over. It’s a pity I didn’t know all this before, but still it‘s great that workshops like this are available."
"With First Step Method we found an opportunity for our little one to be in a playground where she could explore widely her motricity and be more conscious of each movement she could make. The progress was quickly visible. As parents we discovered activities that were very stimulating and fun to experience through group and daddy’s workshops. It also built up even more complicity with our baby. It’s been very enriching for the whole family.Thanks to First Step Method, we entered a new dimension, which is worth for other parents to live. Last but not least, Francesca is a fabulous instructor. Her energy is so positive and engaging. The tools she provides you with boost your confidence and enthusiasm in supporting your child‘s first steps."
"How often have you asked yourself: which new activities could you learn to further interact with your baby and stimulate her development? We joined the workshop when Lukas was two months old. He refused to lie on his tummy and cried a lot. Now – 12 sessions later – we want to say thank you. Lukas‘s progress, and the changes we’ve seen, is just awesome. We learned how to get him used to tummy time, and that quickly encouraged him to roll over and start crawling. Now he‘s a sunny, sociable baby."
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