Building for Health

By: Marcus Smith Workers from Connecticut Children’s Healthy Homes Program routinely assess qualifying homes for lead, health hazards and safety concerns and install repairs to address the issues. We visit with dozens of families each year to understand and address their healthy housing concerns. When visiting or working […]

Innovating with Purpose: Semantic Saturation

By: Jacquelyn M. Rose, MPH This is the first in a series of blogs describing Connecticut Children’s Office for Community Child Health’s journey to cultivate and nurture a culture of social innovation.    Over the course of the last fiscal year, a small, multi-disciplinary team from Connecticut Children’s […]

An Innovation Journey

By: Allison Matthews-Wilson, LCSW Here at Connecticut Children’s Office for Community Child Health, and at Connecticut Children’s at large, there’s a lot of talk about innovation. Where to find it, how to foster it, and how to fund it. I’m proud to say, in the space I work, […]