On April 1–2, 2014, the Board on Children, Youth, and Families of the Institute of Medicine and the National Research Council held a 2-day workshop titled “Strategies for Scaling Tested and Effective Family-Focused Preventive Interventions to Promote Children’s Cognitive, Affective, and Behavioral Health.” The purpose of the workshop was to discuss the successes and challenges of scaling family-focused interventions.
Both liberals and conservatives tend to resist the idea that poverty has fallen dramatically since 1964, although for different reasons. Conservatives’ resistance is easy to understand. They have argued since the 1960s that the federal government’s antipoverty programs were ineffective, counterproductive, or both. Since the 1970s they have cited the stability of the post-1969 poverty rate to support those judgments. Liberals hear the claim that poverty has fallen quite differently, although they
This workshop will explore how healthcare reform, broadly considered, can provide opportunities and support innovations to promote children’s behavioral health and sustain them over time. Funding streams, intermediary organizations, and innovative programs and services will be considered.
We use the word "empathy" a lot at Project Bond. We talk about showing our kiddos empathy, that they may have a hard time understanding it, and why it's so important. I've found that a lot of adults don't quite know what it is.
Couples expecting a baby are to be given professional coaching on how becoming parents may change their relationship, as a part of a new support pilot announced today. Midwives and health visitors will be given training from charity OnePlusOne on how to include relationship education into their existing antenatal and postnatal care programmes in eight [...]
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