2017 Georgia Parents as Teachers Network Institute
The 2017 Georgia Parents as Teachers Network Institute: "Partner, Facilitate, Reflect" was a huge success on March 16, bringing together Parents as Teachers programs from across the state for a day of professional development,
Postpartum Depression Legislation Signed Into Law by President Obama
New legislation under the Bringing Depression Out of the Shadows Act will provide $5 million annually to states for culturally competent screening and support for programs to treat postpartum depression. Â
Tuning In: Parents of Young Children Tell Us What They Think, Know and Need
ZERO TO THREE, in partnership with the Bezos Family Foundation, released the results of a survey, drawn from a nationally-representative sample of 2,200 parents of children birth to 5 years, this year.
2015 was a dynamic year for Great Start Georgia with major growth and expansion of services across the state. The Great Start Georgia Technical Assistance and Quality (TAQ) Team supported this growth as evidenced by providing training â€“ lots of it!
The Center on Budget and Policy Priorities is conducting their annual tax credit outreach initiative to provide updated information and outreach tools to organizations that can help spread the message about refundable tax credits and free tax filing assistance to low income families.
Brain Development Briefs from Better Brains for Babies
Better Brains for Babies, a valued partner of Great Start Georgia, has developedÂ three brain development briefs that were createdÂ to educate decision-makers at all levels about brain development research and its implications for the decisions they are making.
Coordination between Home Visiting Programs and Medical Homes
This Home Visiting Applied Research CollaborativeÂ (HARC) study examines the current extent of communication between home visiting programs and medical services, and what the barriers and facilitators are t