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Translated Videos - 11 languages available

We have very exciting news about the translations of our videos.   We are translating one video at a time into the following 11 languages — the 11 most frequently-used languages in BC: Chinese (Simplified and Traditional), Punjabi, Korean, Farsi, Arabic, Vietnamese, Russian, Spanish, Tagalog and French.    

Simply do the following:

1. Click on a video link below (this list will be “growing” in the near future!):    

Early Experiences Last a Lifetime 

Skin to Skin Contact  

See the World Through Your Baby’s Eyes

Postpartum Depression, Not the Baby Blues 

New Mothers Need Support

Born to Communicate 1 -- How Do Babies Learn Language

Born to Communicate 2-- Parents are Baby's First Teacher

Born to Communicate 3 --Babies are Born Ready to Learn

Born to Communicate 4 -- Babies can Manage More than One Language

Born to Communicate 5 -- Communication Matters

Emotional Safety Trailer

Emotional Safety Full-length

Build a Loving Environment   

The Roots of Addiction

Your Child’s Brain

2.    Click on play

3.    Click on the settings icon (the gear icon) in the lower right of the menu/player 

4.    Click on Subtitle/CC to choose your language    


Enjoy the videos and please share with folks you know who could benefit from having this information available in the language of their choice. In *any* language, captions can help those who are deaf or hard of hearing, or those who are accessing the videos in a noisy environment or in an environment where sound is not permitted. It may also be that captioning helps with remembering and understanding key concepts. Finally, captions are often helpful to those who struggle with literacy. We are pleased to be able to offer our video content in this format!  

We thank the Vancouver Foundation for their financial support.     

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