Author: Katelyn Alley

NEW! Kids At Risk Action Demonstrates how Trauma Impacts Children and how Traumatized Children Impact our Communities

(This post duplicated from the CISION PRWeb website accessed 6/6/18.) US: Kids At Risk Action Demonstrates how Trauma Impacts Children and how Traumatized Children Impact our Communities (Includes video) (Press release) Invisible Children, Kids At Risk Action (KARA) – May

CDC Spotlight on Resources for Helping Students from Puerto Rico and U.S.V.I. Cope

(This post duplicated from an original Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) bulletin sent at 01/26/2018 11:34 AM EST.) Spotlight on Resources for Helping Students from Puerto Rico and U.S.V.I. Cope Please share these resources with schools and youth organizations. In

Preventing and Healing Childhood Trauma State Policy Guide

(This post duplicated from an original ZERO TO THREE e-newsletter received 2/22/18.) Preventing and Healing Childhood Trauma State Policy Guide Futures Without Violence released a new policy guide, Changing Minds: Preventing and Healing Childhood Trauma, focusing on the role of

The Prevalence of Adverse Childhood Experiences

(This post duplicated from an original ZERO TO THREE e-newsletter received 2/22/18.) The Prevalence of Adverse Childhood Experiences Child Trends recently updated the brief, The Prevalence of Adverse Childhood Experiences, Nationally, by State, and by Race or Ethnicity, which uses

Ignoring Safe Sleep Progress Risks Increasing Safe Sleep Deaths

(This post is duplicated from an original NICHQ article accessed 3/9/18.) Ignoring Safe Sleep Progress Risks Increasing Safe Sleep Deaths – NICHQ Insights The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recently released a journal article and commentary focused on national and

Think Babies Campaign

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(The information in this post is duplicated from an original ZERO TO THREE e-newsletter received 3/5/18.) THE FUTURE BEGINS WITH BABIES ZERO TO THREE’s Think Babies™ campaign is working to make the potential of every baby a national priority. You’ve helped them

Cultural Sensitivity for Better Breastfeeding Outcomes

(This post duplicated from an original NICHQ e-news letter received 2/20/18.) Cultural Sensitivity for Better Breastfeeding Outcomes A mother’s decision to breastfeed or not almost always comes from a place of concern. Cultivating better breastfeeding habits means respecting cultural beliefs

Opportunities to Improve Health Equity for Mothers, Babies and Children

(This post duplicated from an original NICHQ e-news letter received 2/20/18.) Improve Health Equity for Mothers, Babies and Children The schools we attend, the conditions in which we work, our culture and religion, and the relationships we experience: these are

Resources for Coping with Tragedy and Disasters

Resources for Coping with Tragedy and Disasters – Information from the Florida State University Center for Prevention & Early Intervention Policy Help your child feel safe: One of the most important things parents or caregivers can do is to help

Emergency Preparedness Manual for Natural and Man-Made Disasters

Head Start Emergency Preparedness Manual: 2015 Edition The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Administration for Children and Families Office of Head Start has an Emergency Preparedness Manual filled with tip sheets and sample letters to help you respond