Every baby deserves a healthy start and every adult can help. Make a difference in the lives of all babies and children in your community by learning the connection between parents talking with their baby and their child’s early brain development. Cox Campus has partnered with Grady Hospital in Atlanta to embed language nutrition coaching into their standard of care for a healthy delivery. Now, your hospital can too. Use the Cox Campus Integration Guide to equip your staff with the skills needed to ensure every baby leaves the hospital in the arms of a family prepared to deliver language nutrition. (See recommended articles below.)
Learning that their baby may have a hearing impairment can be difficult news for families to receive. It is critical that practitioners know how to give accurate hearing screenings, share results with families, and ensure parents follow appropriate next steps as quickly as possible.
Access to Language (ATL) aims to ensure that every provider is prepared to deliver accurate hearing screenings and to support families in their journey after the first failed hearing screening. Enrollment with a Parent Navigator makes a critical difference by connecting families with early intervention.
Building babies’ brains isn’t just the job of families and clinical staff. Every adult can help.
This course was created for all adults working in an organization that supports children and families to help them understand the role they play in building babies’ brains for all future learning.
Practices that are trauma-informed allow every adult to engage with children in a culture of safety, support, growth, and healing.
Dr. Renée Boynton-Jarrett, Pediatrician and Social Epidemiologist, and Dr. Neena McConnico, Clinical Psychologist and Licensed Mental Health Counselor, have joined forces to provide the framework for trauma-informed practice. Social-emotional care that addresses trauma is critical to every child we serve.
Development happens along a continuum. The Cox Campus Developmental Milestone Tracker targets language development milestones and align with age-appropriate resources to support development and can be shared with families.
When practitioners implement Talk with Me Baby, they see dramatic results.
Here, immediately applicable and research-backed practices come to life so you can learn how to impact every child – from infancy to literacy.
“I have had the privilege of observing numerous programs in healthcare, early education, and child welfare settings around the country, and partnering with dozens of others. Talk With Me Baby, strategically implemented, brilliantly builds on the science of organizational change processes. In fact, it’s exemplary.”