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Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University
The Brain Architects
Healthy development in the early years provides the building blocks for educational achievement, economic productivity, responsible citizenship, strong communities, and successful parenting of the next generation. By improving children’s environments, relationships, and experiences early in life, society can address many costly problems, including incarceration, homelessness, and the failure to complete high school. But if you’re a parent, caregiver, teacher, or someone who works with children every day, you may be wondering, “Where do I start?!” From brain architecture to toxic stress to...
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4.8 stars from 99 ratings
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Gabzn via Apple Podcasts · Brazil · 12/15/20
Great podcast
This podcast is fantastic, thank you for carrying on with episodes during COVID-19 and making them so topical. You discuss complex issues regarding a child’s brain development in an accessible way. I’ve found it particularly valuable when you’ve addressed the ways in which a community can...Read full review »
Joing via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 06/20/20
I work with families and children. A lot of the services these families had access to have stopped and many families are stressed, vulnerable to lack of stability and pressures. This provides me with knowledge and information I can use to benefit families. Very critical information. Thank you.
PolishRoots via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 05/11/20
Recent Episodes
The devastating toll of the pandemic has underscored the critical importance of connecting what science is telling us to the lived experiences of people and communities. In March of 2020, we recorded episodes exploring the impact the coronavirus pandemic could have on child development. Now, a...
Published 06/16/21
Published 06/16/21
The devastating toll of the pandemic has underscored the critical importance of connecting what science is telling us to the lived experiences of people and communities. In March of 2020, we recorded episodes exploring the impact the coronavirus pandemic could have on child development. Now, a...
Published 06/10/21
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