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Toxic stress is a very serious issue, but it is not the end of the story. Toxic stress doesn't have to lead to negative outcomes. No matter who you are, there are concrete actions you can take to help prevent the effects of toxic stress and support those who have experienced them. This new infographic shared via the Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University, shows how individuals, communities, and policy-makers can lessen the burden of toxic stress: Please share!

July 17, 2019
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Looking for a family-friendly way to make language fun? Head outside and play your favorite sport! Talk about all the rules ahead of time and then take advantage of all the language that happens in the action! .. What’s your favorite sport to play as a family? Shared via Hearing First

July 16, 2019
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Feedings, diaper changes, sleep - you have a lot to worry about with a baby, but you don't have to worry about spoiling them!

July 16, 2019
Early On Michigan

"..Our simple hand movements have a substantial impact on the way we learn, reason, and solve problems." #Communication #Language Anyone out there who likes to talk with their hands??🙌✌️

July 15, 2019
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Menta health for #babies and #toddlers is linked to the quality of children’s early relationships and how their #social and #emotional #development is affected. Check out some ways you can help shape your child’s good mental #health. #socialemotional

July 12, 2019

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