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.

Building Systems to Strengthen Children

By: Erin Cornell, MPH People often ask us, “What do you mean by ‘system-building?’” It’s a tough concept to explain. Maybe an example would help. As part of our efforts at the Connecticut Children’s Office for Community Child Health to promote optimal healthy development, one of our programs, […]