JOHNSON’S® Science of the SensesTM
A strong body of foundational and emerging research suggests that multisensorial
stimulation—or the concurrent stimulation of tactile, olfactory, auditory, and/or visual
stimuli—benefits the social, emotional, cognitive, and physical development of babies.
Multisensory stimulation has a profound impact in the first few years of life for healthy baby development.
Everyday rituals such as bath time are ideal opportunities for incorporating multisensorial stimulation.
Encouraging parents to view bath time and massage as opportunities for multisensorial stimulation can contribute to overall healthy baby development.
A bath time ritual can promote social, emotional, cognitive, and physical development of babies.