Julie Weatherston and George Philipp, Early Care Advocate and father, discuss the challenges of getting legislators to support early care and education in the US and the potential benefits to providing more supportive policies for families with infants and toddlers.
George Philipp, early care and education advocate and father, talks with Julie Weatherston about building support for early child care issues and the importance of getting parents and all of society to understand the science behind the early years and create “a grassroots buzz” about the issues being addressed by the For Our Babies campaign.
Finding affordable high quality infant care in the United States is virtually impossible. Parents are stressed and babies are suffering in poor quality care. Dr. Ron Lally and Julie Weatherston discuss the reality of infant care today in which research says only 10% is considered to be of high quality and over 40% is considered […]
Cheri Pies, MSW DrPH clinical professor in the School of Public Health, University of California at Berkeley talks with Julie Weatherston about the Best Babies Zone initiative to reduce and eliminate health disparities and inequities in birth outcomes through community transformation.
This Robert Wood Johnson funded brief focuses on early childhood home visiting programs, which are explicitly designed to improve maternal and child health.
A two page document with ten myths about baby brain development.