You Don't Have to Let Your baby Cry explains the most effective nurturing method to get your baby to sleep all night. You will learn a step by step nurturing method to teach your baby to want to go to sleep in his or her bed without the constant crying. On the inside cover is a nine song CD recording of his research backed Heartbeat Lullabies that you play during the suggested bedtime routine. You can load the CD to iTunes or your desk top if you want to play it on your smart phone, Mp3 player or tablet. Playing the Heartbeat Lullabies recording quickly calms your fussy, crying, colicky babies, sometimes in just a few seconds. If you are not completely satisfied, the publisher Audio-Therapy Innovations will refund your purchase price, no questions asked. It is estimated that over 20 million people have been calmed themselves or have seen the Heartbeat Lullabies calm infants and children to sleep.
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Terry Woodford started out making music for heartsick and impressionable teenagers in Muscle Shoals Alabama. During his career as a hit record producer, music publisher, recording engineer, songwriter, Woodford supplied music and songs for top acts such as The Commodores, Jimmy Buffet, The Temptations, Alabama, Hank Williams Jr., Wayne Newton, Barbara Mandrell, Mac Mc Anally, John Kay of Steppenwolf, The Supremes and many others. Terry served on the board of governors of the Nashville Chapter of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences twice. He co-founded and taught courses for the first four year degree program in the country to teach the ins and outs of the music business at the University of North Alabama. Terry also served as Chairman of the Alabama Music Hall of Fame board for five years. As a result a four million dollar museum was constructed in Tuscumbia, Alabama to honor Alabama's music achievers. From Rock & Roll to Rock-a-Bye: At the request of a daycare provider, Woodford took on a challenge to produce music in his Wishbone Recording Studio to help kids sleep at naptime. His idea was to record an actual human heart and use it as the rhythm of traditional nursery songs. Much to his surprise, when tested in a hospital newborn nursery, nurses reported 94% of crying babies were calmed to sleep by the music in less than two minutes. Later that year, Terry visited a cardiac intensive care unit where nurses had started playing his Heartbeat Lullabies to help infants and children get rest and sleep needed to heal from heart surgery. The intensive care nurses were anxious to show him how playing his simple lullabies with a heartbeat could miraculously calm a frightened upset baby in just a few seconds. The experience changed his life. In 1987 he left the music business to devote full time to developing and spreading the use of his heartbeat lullabies. The music has proven to be a God send for thousands of care providers and millions of frazzled, sleep deprived parents. The research-backed recordings have now been used in over 8,400 hospitals and special care centers to calm infants, children and adults. Terry s method to get babies to stop crying and sleep through the night has sold over 3.4 million copies. It s estimated that well over twenty million people either went to sleep to his heartbeat Lullabies or watched a child go to sleep to the recording. Fans never forget the recording s distinctive sound and how fast it works. Crying is the primary trigger for infant abuse and shaken baby syndrome Over one and a half million copies of the Heartbeat Lullabies have been purchased by the Department of Defense, health departments, hospitals, and child abuse prevention organizations to give at-risk parents to stop the crying and help prevent infant abuse. Woodford is a recognized therapeutic music expert both in artistic creation and in marketing innovation. He speaks nationally to nurses, doctors, social workers, parents and other care providers on how to use music and why it works to help heal and calm frightened children adults and other animals. Woodford s advice is widely sought by parents and he has been an informative and entertaining guest on national, regional and local media including CBS Up to the Minute, TNN, CBC (Journal Diary), Health Network s Ask the Pediatrician , The 700 Club, BBC and others. He s been interviewed in over 400 local TV news stories, TV talk shows, talk radio programs and newspapers in American and Canadian cities.
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Description du livre Audio-Therapy Innovations, Inc., 2003. Paperback. État : New. book. N° de réf. du libraire 0972251200
Description du livre Audio-Therapy Innovations, Inc., 2003. Paperback. État : Brand New. 10th edition. 37 pages. 8.30x5.30x0.20 inches. In Stock. N° de réf. du libraire 0972251200
Description du livre Audio-Therapy Innovations, Inc. PAPERBACK. État : New. 0972251200 New Condition. N° de réf. du libraire NEW6.1479450