Join Us on April 22nd for the State of Babies Virtual Summit | an online event by Zero to Three
FROM ZERO TO THREE:
Telling the story of America’s babies is more important than ever. PLEASE JOIN US!
The State of Babies Yearbook: 2021 provides an in-depth look into the well-being of our nation's infants and toddlers, and shows that, even before the COVID-19 pandemic, the littlest among us did not have the supports they needed to thrive. Because of these disparities, the pandemic has wreaked havoc on babies’ development and families’ stability.
It is high time we implement policies that will address these barriers and set all our children up for success.
On April 22 at 2pm EDT, we will bring together three expert panels to tackle the tough issues facing families today and lay out the strong, permanent, national policies that will ensure these families -- and their babies -- have what they need to thrive.
This year's Summit promises to deliver new insights on what's facing our families, and how we can better support them and their families.
Even before the pandemic, families with young children lacked access to supports that would help them weather the COVID-19 crisis. What economic policies will help strengthen families?
The New School
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Ford Foundation’s Future of Work(ers)
Pre-COVID, families and providers struggled with the precarious economics of child care, and the pandemic has intensified that struggle, leaving a system in disarray. How can we build a system that works for all our families?
The Yale University Child Study Center and Edward Zigler Center in Child Development & Social Policy, ZERO TO THREE Board Member
The Hechinger Report
All Our Kin
Maternal and Child Health
During COVID-19, overall parent and child emotional stress increased, and families report less emotional support and greater isolation. How can we improve the health and well-being of families and their babies?
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The University of California, San Francisco’s Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Services and Embrace: Perinatal Care for Black Families
SC Program for Infant/Toddler Care at University of South Carolina and the SC Infant Mental Health Association