A report from The Nicholson Foundation outlines how lessons learned from the accelerated application of telehealth in New Jersey during the COVID-19 pandemic can help the state become a national leader in its ongoing use to improve healthcare delivery.
The Infant and Toddler Policy Research Center at the National Institute for Early Education Research (ITC @NIEER) has released a series of reports funded by The Nicholson Foundation on state of child care in New Jersey.
With the release of a statewide action plan, New Jersey is taking a major step forward in addressing Adverse Childhood Experiences—stressful and traumatic events occurring before age18 that can cause lifelong health and social challenges.
In this brief, which accompanies the latest issue of the Future of Children journal, “Three Trimesters to Three Years: Promoting Early Development,” the authors make policy recommendations to promote the development of young children being raised in working families.
In the latest issue of the Future of Children, funded by The Nicholson Foundation, a group of experts show why the period from conception through age 3 – when the most rapid growth of the brain and behavior occur – should be treated as a single continuum.