The Effect of Parent-Infant Swim Classes on Maternal Parenting Competence, Emotional Availability, and Aquatic Handling

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Abstract

Date Presented 3/31/2017

This session introduces parent-infant swim classes as co-occupation-based interventions. Research outcomes indicate both mothers and infants benefit from the enhanced parenting competence, emotional availability, and aquatic handling skills learned through aquatic co-occupation.

Primary Author and Speaker: Chanele Molano

Additional Authors and Speakers: Hope Sadowski, Jeanne Wenos

Contributing Authors: Andrew Peachey

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