NYC Project LAUNCH describes educational and communication materials created and used to promote and support the well-being of young children.
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Describes innovative strategies that the six Project LAUNCH grantees funded from 2010-2015 used to improve outcomes for children, families and communities.
This resource summarizes the LAUNCH screening and assessment strategy, including why both are important to support children’s well-being, and how Project LAUNCH grantees are implementing and promoting these activities.
Reviews the most commons types of maternal mental health disorders, how they affect child health and development, available treatments and the role of child health providers in the early detection and linkage to services.
Summarizes facts, policy recommendations, and research around developmental screening and follow-up services for those children who need more detailed evaluation and treatment.
Aims to promote a more coordinated approach to meeting children’s developmental needs by proposing the adoption of the SERIES paradigm of developmental screening in which each step—Screening, Early Identification, Referral, Intake, Evaluation, and Services—is seen not as an isolated activity, bu...
Describes how partnerships between health care providers and community organizations could have a significant impact on health and developmental outcomes by assisting with early identification, supporting parents, and coordinating needed services in a timely manner.