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Category: Infant Mental Health
Nine Takeaways from Celebrate Babies Week 2022
Last week, in partnership with the New Jersey Association for Infant Mental Health (NJ-AIMH) and Montclair State University’s Center for Autism and Early Childhood Mental Health, ACNJ participated in Celebrate Babies Week, a national initiative highlighting the mental health needs of young children. This year, our theme was “Early Relational Health: It’s Everyone’s Business.” Throughout the week, ACNJ and our partners engaged families, professionals and policymakers around the state to call attention to the needs of our youngest children.
Assembly Women & Children’s Committee Focus on Infant Mental Health
Facebook Twitter Linkedin The best time to focus on mental health starts immediately at birth! Check out NJ Spotlight News’ coverage of yesterday’s hearing on infant mental health and on ZERO TO THREE’s HealthySteps’ program, which promotes positive parenting and healthy development within the pediatric healthcare setting. The Assembly Women and Children Committee, in partnership […]
Growing HealthySteps in New Jersey
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.
Celebrate Babies Week is Bringing Early Relational Health to the Forefront
Facebook Twitter Linkedin Celebrate Babies Week is coming up! Governor Murphy signed a proclamation declaring that from October 17th to 21st, New Jersey will join advocates from across the globe to celebrate infants and toddlers, and focus on the supports they need to thrive. This year, the theme is Early Relational Health: It’s Everyone’s Business— […]