Nadine Burke Harris does a brilliant job explaining the effects of childhood trauma and stress on life-long health.
At The Hamilton Project:
In the Sunday Review for the New York Times, Paul Tough writes:
Kathleen Lucadamo writes about Power of Two for the Hechinger Report:
Kendra Hurley mentions Power of Two in this article for The New School Center for New York City Affairs:
The New School’s Center for New York City Affairs writes about Power of Two, saying:
The new science of babies and brains – and how it could revolutionize the fight against poverty.
by Jonathan Cohn
Can a stressful childhood make you a sick adult?
by Paul Tough
The New Yorker
Family Instability Hits Boys Harder than Girls and Has Double Poverty’s Influence on Childhood Aggression
Schools should focus on sensitive treatment for the dominant legacies of family instability – disruptive behaviour and anxiety.
by Sara McLanahan
Child and Family Blog
The Early Brain and Child Development (EBCD) initiative aims to change how pediatricians and their communities view the early childhood development period, and how they care for and invest in young children.
American Academy of Pediatrics
Power of Two is a non-profit organization that is scaling ABC, a proven parenting program, in New York City. ABC gives children a foundation for success in school and life by fostering a strong and healthy attachment between parent and child.
Power Of 2