Posts in Parenting
ZERO TO THREE: National Parent Survey Overview

This overview shares the key findings of a national study conducted across the United States by ZERO TO THREE with parents of children birth to 5 years. The findings demonstrated, in particular, a desire to access parenting skills development, particularly through trusted sources that know the family personally; fathers’ desire for more involvement in parenting; and a significant lack of knowledge about the key brain and emotional development stages for children in the first three years of life.

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Harvard University Serve and Return: 5 Steps for Brain-Building

Harvard University’s Filming Interactions to Nurture Development (FIND) program uses video coaching to strengthen positive interaction between caregivers and children. It uses select clips of adults engaging with children to reinforce developmentally supportive interactions, known as “serve and return”, developing skills by building on caregivers’ existing strengths and capabilities.

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CHNET-WORKS! Webinar - Caesarean Section After the Hospital: Public Health Perspectives on the CARE Strategy

CHNET-WORKS! recent webinar, Caesarean Section After the Hospital: Public Health Perspectives on the CARE Strategy, focused on long term outcome targets to decrease the use of medical intervention in low risk births and increase positive health outcomes related to breastfeeding, mental health, infant attachment, and parenting confidence.

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