Changing an infant’s diaper can be seen as a repetitive routine task. In reality, healthcare professionals provide diaper care based on specific knowledge of infant’s delicate skin. Diapering is also an opportunity to help meet the physiological, neurobiological, and psychoemotional needs of infants. Download the full monograph for The Every Change Matters™ Guide for Developmental Diapering Care, the first review of its kind to consider diapering in the context of developmental care – including skin care, physical development, sensory elements and bonding.
Applying Every Change Matters™ in practice presents an extraordinary opportunity for nurses and other healthcare professionals to integrate, model, and educate parents and other caregivers about the importance of developmental care in addition to skin care in diapering.
This fully-referenced monograph, provides comprehensive information on how healthcare professionals and other caregivers may incorporate elements of evidence-based skin care and developmental care into their diapering practices.
This monograph covers in detail the 5 focus areas that are part of Every Change Matters™ : A Guide for Developmental Diapering Care.
The 5 focus areas are:
- Calm & Clean
- Change & Check
- Champion Sleep
- Confidence & Closeness