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Title: Baby Steps: Poverty, Chronic Stress, and New York’s Youngest Children
Other Titles: Child welfare watch, vol 23
Keywords: Poor children—Health and hygiene—United States
Child development—United States
Child development—Research—United States
Stress in children—United States
Issue Date: Oct-2013
Publisher: Center for New York City Affairs, The New School
Place of Publication: New York
Series/Report no.: Child Welfare Watch, Fall 2013, Vol. 23
Description: Volume 23 of Child Welfare Watch reports research into chronic stress and the interventions that buffer the toxic effects of trauma on babies and toddlers. It looks at the city landscape, profiling programs that work with the families of young children living with poverty and other forms of stress. It highlights the need for more expertise, awareness, training and services in a growing field that is increasingly described as “infant mental health.”
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