Healthcare and Early Education Providers

Safe First Year Resource Information for Professionals

Transitioning Families Home from the NICU – Toolkit

Healthcare and Early Education Resources

2012 Supporting the Development of Infants and Newborns: A Family Guide  2012 Browne and Talmi – Supporting Development in the Infant and Newborn Development
Describes the building blocks of infant development and basis of the BABIES Models and PreSTEPS approach for early intervention

American Academy of Pediatrics
Provides professional and parent educational information about the health and well being of children as well as policy guidelines for professionals.

Human Lactation Center – University of California Davis
The UC Davis Human Lactation Center provides a focal point for communication among researchers, clinicians, policy-makers and educators to assure that the latest research-based information is made available to those working with women and their infants. The center aims also to foster communication and collaboration among faculty and other professionals interested in research related to human lactation, infant feeding, and maternal and child nutrition.

Infant Massage USA
Infant Massage USA promotes nurturing touch through training, education, and research so that babies, parents, and caregivers are loved, valued, and respected throughout the world community.

JFK Partners
JFK Partners is an interdepartmental program of the departments of Pediatrics and Psychiatry of the University of Colorado School of Medicine located at the Anschutz Medical Campus in Aurora, Colorado. Designated as Colorado’s University Center of Excellence in Developmental Disabilities (UCEDD) and Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (LEND) Program, JFK Partners has collaborative relationships with numerous organizations that are a part of Colorado’s developmental disability and special health care needs communities.

Secrets of Baby Behavior From the work of the WIC Baby Behavior Study with WIC participants, the information most helpful to parents was obtained. The information is also very useful for all families in understanding their infants′ behaviors and in helping new moms breastfeeding and prevent overfeeding of their infants.

Zero to Three
A national nonprofit organization that informs, trains and supports professionals, policymakers and parents in their efforts to improve the lives of infants and toddlers.

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