Posted 4/14/2023 By Rose-Anne Uwague, Parent Ambassador, ACNJ Parent Leadership Council Parent of three children ages 6, 8, and a newborn. Lives in Jersey City in Legislative District 31. Advocating for better breastfeeding policies and accessible quality child care. I used to think very black or white. It’s either this or that. Now, I am […]
Category: Maternal and Infant Health
Posted 1/23/2023 By Alana Vega, Health Policy Analyst Learn More About Maternal Health Organizations throughout the state are hosting events to raise awareness of the needs of new mothers. Click here to view the events being hosted. Join Our Next Lunch and Learn on February 1st Parents and caregivers will be discussing the latest regarding […]
HealthySteps is an evidence‐based program that serves both young children (0‐3) and their families in a pediatric health care setting. This approach is non‐stigmatizing and provides universal access, since nearly all young children regularly see a pediatric primary care provider.
ZERO TO THREE State of Babies Yearbook: 2022 shows New Jersey babies continue to struggle. On Monday, May 3rd, national early childhood development nonprofit ZERO TO THREE released their annual State of Babies Yearbook: 2022. This report comes at a critical time in our nation’s response to families struggling amid the economic fallout from the […]
Posted 5/2/2022 Laura Palescandolo Parent of two children, ages 6 and 2. Lives in New Providence, Legislative District 21. Advocating for better childbirth services, breastfeeding, maternity leave, childcare Rose-Anne Uwague Parent of two children ages 5 and 7. Lives in Jersey City in Legislative District 31. Advocating for better breastfeeding policies and accessible quality child […]