With their lab’s focus on babies’ social, emotional, and cognitive development, the Steinhardt Early Experience and Development Project is a fantastic local resource for new and expectant parents.
The Steinhardt Early Experience and Development Project will be at the 2019 New York Baby Show on May 18-19 at Pier 94.
Tickets to the New York Baby Show are $30 per family; $20 per individual. Children are free! Buy your tickets to the Show HERE!
We spoke with the Steinhardt Early Experience and Development Project’s Project Manager Karina Kozak about what to expect from this top-tier brand at this year’s Baby Show!
What should expectant and new parents know about your brand?
We are a collaborative of child development labs at New York University interested in the social, emotion, cognitive, and language development of children. We want to know more about how children grow, play and learn about the world around them so that we could provide useful research to pediatricians and parents!
What’s new in (in the past year) with your brand?
This year we are putting on a few workshops for parents about new child development research as way to give back to the community for participating in our research.
What is your most popular product or service right now?
We have a few fun studies looking at brain activity, motor development, and play that parents can participate in with their babies!
Why should Baby Show attendees stop by your booth at the Baby Show Series this year?
By stopping by, they’ll get to hear about exciting baby research happening at New York University and sign up to participate in fun studies. Families get compensated for their participation. This year we are also raffling off some New York University baby gear!
To learn more, visit britobabylab.com!