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Hear No Evil, See No Evil: Why Suppressing Children’s Emotions Doesn’t Work: Sami Bradley Shares What DOES

As our Assistant Vice President of Early Childhood Mental Health, we’re excited to host Sami Bradley as our resident expert, who will share her personal experience and professional tips to assist parents in their management of children’s emotions.

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Nebraska Children and Families Foundation: Also, a Foundation for Children’s Thriving Early Years

The first three years of a child’s life are rife with neural opportunity. Throughout this time, brain synapses grow and multiply to create a foundation that serves a child for life. One of the best preventative measures we can take is dedicating ourselves to the study and practices of infant and toddler mental health. Today, we’re going to walk you through its definition, initiatives, and resources.

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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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