How parents and educators can foster baby's early learning
Discover useful strategies to encourage positive behavior and overall wellness.
Accidents are the leading cause of injury for children under 4 years old. Taking an ounce of prevention can help prevent accidents from occurring.
Because our personalities are primarily genetic and therefore mostly determined at birth, we can look for signs of a baby’s temperament from even the earliest moments.
Infants and toddlers often have a hard time learning to sleep alone. Experts recommend that babies sleep in the same room as you until they are at least six months old.
The American Academy of Pediatrics has issued updated guidelines on sleep environments for babies to reduce cases of SIDS and promote safety and well-being.
Ways to support public policy that promotes
the wellbeing of babies and families.
Matthew Melmed, Executive Director, ZERO TO THREE sits down with Steve Adubato on Caucus: New Jersey to explain why birth to three is a critical time for a child’s brain development, especially the first two years. Melmed also shares the importance of relationships between a child and parent/caregiver.
"The Right From the Start NJ initiative is critically important. It brings together experts from multi-sectors and educates the public on brain development of early years and why it's everybody's responsibility to unlock the potential of our children and families. The impact of the Right From the Start NJ campaign is limitless, it holds great promise to reduce and eliminate health disparities and other forms of inequity in our society ranging from birth throughout the lifespan."