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Neuroplasticity is the capability of the brain to continuously reorganize itself by forming new neural connections. During the first few years of life, the human brain is at its highest degree of neuroplasticity, which means that early childhood is the period when human beings are most capable of soaking up information. This is why it is of the utmost importance that parents know how to choose child care that will maximize learning and social growth. The level of care a child receives during her formative years has a major impact on the rest of her life.
Studies show that kids who attend high quality child care programs have better outcomes in a wide variety of situations than do their non Continue Reading