HELLO WORLD: Look who's Growing
Ebook on Amazon
Our book covers all aspects of your baby’s growth and development from conception to 5 years.
As you get to know your baby, you will gain more confidence as a parent and be able to spot more easily when something is wrong.
It comes with checklists and QR codes that direct you to the correct YouTube clip
Suitable for parents, occupational health, nursing and physiotherapy students.
Dr Diana Du Plessis
Diana du Plessis is an independent Midwifery consultant and researcher. She specializes in midwifery and neonatology and lectures widely to nursing professionals and academic audiences on a national and international level.
She is a passionate childbirth educator and national spokesperson on breastfeeding. She is the author and co-author of various nursing and midwifery publications (books and peer-reviewed articles).
Aneke Grobler has completed her BCom Hon in Industrial Psychology and is currently working as the Operations Manager at a Health and Education centre.
Aneke is passionate about childcare and has been Dr Diana du Plessis’ right hand person since 2007. Diana is a great inspiration, mentor and friend.
She loves being the mother of 2 and a half year old Aiden.
Marlize holds a Bachelor’s degree from the University of South Africa in Early childhood development (cum laude) as well as a Diploma in Montessori Education.
She holds a dancing instructor qualification from the Royal Academy of Dancing.
Her passion for children and search for a better way to raise children in a spirit of kindness, partnership and respect; coupled with her personal experience as a traditional as well as a Montessori educator, equipped her to develop the ClevaMe Brain Development Programme.
Rebecca is a Registered Nurse and Midwife who completed her undergraduate studies (B Cur) at the University of Johannesburg.
Her interest in children’s mental health was sparked whilst working at the Tara Child Psychiatric Unit.
She went on to further her studies in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at the University of the Free State, and was awarded the Dr Lilly van Rhyn Award for the highest achieved results.