Identifies cross-disciplinary competencies for practitioners working with infants and toddlers that support effective practices across these disciplines.
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Provides practical knowledge for practitioners in the government, business, and nonprofit sectors to implement their own intersector initiatives.
Reviews some of the strategies used by states to address issues related to infant and early childhood mental health. It provides recommendations for nurturing change in state-level infant and early childhood mental health supports and services.
Helps state and community leaders improve the capacity of their early childhood systems.
Reviews what has been accomplished to date in the development of the “family voice” in all the child-serving systems—not just the substance abuse system but also the systems of mental health, child welfare, juvenile justice, trauma support, education, and primary care.
Offers valuable information from the BUILD Initiative for those seeking to build early learning systems, based upon fiscal analysis and the latest research and evidence of the need for and value of additional investments in early childhood services
Offers an overview of critical early childhood system components according to their evidence base, status of development, exemplary state actions in building the component, and exemplary state actions in linking each component with other components.
Outlines how health, early learning and development, family leadership, and supportive service delivery systems contribute to the central outcome of thriving children and families.
Helps primary and behavioral health care provider organizations improve outcomes by fostering an understanding of where they are on the integration continuum.
Makes the case for creating opportunities for families by addressing the needs of parents and their children simultaneously.