The Concept

Each child has potential and needs only the appropriate conditions in which to develop.

We know that children learn from the earliest moments of their lives; from as early as the mother's womb in fact. The period from birth to completion of the third year of life is extremely important from the point of view of a child’s development.

Constant contact with a small child, cuddling him, clasping the child to the bosom, swinging him by the arms or dandling him on the knee, are the most natural and appropriate signs of our closeness, our love and our care, while at the same, forming the basis of the correct development of the child.

The more positive the experiences that the child gathers early on in life, the better his start and the surer the road to success and achievement in future.

At BabyCare we pay special attention to the child's food intake during the day. With this in mind, we ensure that our children are never served any ready-made, highly-processed or re-heated meals. Only a wide range of preservative-free and enhancer-free natural products are freshly served to our children. In addition to a healthy diet, the physical well-being of the children is also influenced by their physical activities. To this end, we take good care of the mobility of the children in our care applying various methods and special exercises prepared by experts in the field.

We also remember the old, but nonetheless true, adage: 'A healthy mind in a healthy body'. We know that small children have unlimited potential for development and therefore we provide them with the most varied of positive stimuli and inspiring activities. We want them to fully benefit from their stay at BabyCare.

We would like to give the children in our care something more and of enormous added value. This takes the form of imparting to our children an aesthetic sensitivity to pictures, sounds and words. For this reason we talk to the children constantly, we read to them and sing to them. The little ones spend their time in the beautiful surroundings of a Scandinavian-style villa with light and harmonious interiors, its walls decorated with illustrations from Jan Marcin Szancer’s Fairy Tales. Well-balanced and tone co-ordinated rooms decorated with seascapes and fairy tale scenes impart a soothing aura. No gaudy colours and cheap, plastic Chinese toys, so typical of many similar establishments for us at BabyCare! By spending time in such an environment and taking part in classes at the Children’s Art Studio, BabyCare's little ones learn learn how to discern and juxtapose colours, develop their creativity and aesthetic sensitivity in a natural way.

Musical sensitivity develops in a similar way. It is generated and developed when we remain in an environment of sound, rhythm and melody, creating music freely; this, in turn, shapes our personalities. Intense association with music is, in many respects, very profitable for the child’s development. The latest research on the brain proves that listening to and making music complements both hemispheres of the brain and their activities. Each musical fragment consisting of a melody is received by the right hemisphere of the brain chiefly, while the processing of the rhythm takes place mostly in the left hemisphere. When playing music, both hemispheres are activated to the same degree which leads to the healthiest of balances for the child.

For this reason, the children at BabyCare have the possibility of self-development by singing, playing musical instruments, improvisation, thinking up stories in sounds, staging plays, and interactive and communication games. We take special care in choosing the musical repertoire for the children, in order to familiarise them from their earliest years with the more remarkable pieces.

We look forward to meeting you!

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