Category: Child Development

Connecticut Children’s Office for Community Child Health promotes the optimal health, development and well-being of all children. As part of that, the Office advocates for the early detection of children who are at risk for developmental and behavioral concerns and connects them to community-based services that can intervene when treatments are less costly and most effective.

Time to Reframe our World View

By: Paul H. Dworkin, MD Spirited debate over immigration policy in our country and controversial comments attributed to our president regarding immigrants’ nations of origin have fueled intense concerns for the international reputation of the United States. Pundits lament a loss of global standing and prestige due to […]

Ensuring All Children Thrive

By: Jacquelyn Rose, MPH Connecticut Children’s Office for Community Child Health (the Office), Hartford Foundation for Public Giving’s Early Childhood Investments (ECI) initiative, a strategic partner of the Office, and an active parent representative from ECI recently had the opportunity to participate in the All Children Thrive (ACT) […]