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Tips for Early Care Providers, Educators, and Programs

To ensure our safety and well-being for our next generation, the NAIMH (Nebraska Association for Infant Mental Health) has leveraged various recent sources to put together a series best practices for early care providers and educators so that our children and we can adjust to some significant changes.

To ensure our safety and well-being not only as a community, but also for our next generation, the NAIMH, has leveraged various recent sources to put together a series best practices for early care providers and educators so that we and our children can adjust to some major changes.

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Smart Starts: School Readiness Begins at Birth

Building the brain from the beginning. By the time a child turns 3, his brain is 85% the volume of an adult brain. That means that nearly all of the neural connections that will ever form have already been set. These three

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Taking infant mental health seriously

By Lynne Brehm, Associate VP for Early Childhood Mental Health “REALLY? Infants need mental health care?” It’s a pretty common reaction when I tell people what I do. The concept of infant mental health conjures images of babies on couches and

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