HMG National News Archives | Page 5 of 9

  • This e-note covers: Dr. Dworkin’s blog: Help Me Grow Goes to the White House Welcome Erin Kalla to National Dr. Dworkin gives TEDx Talk on reforming child health services HMG Alameda County launches Father Corps Screening for speech and language...

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  • The e-note covers: Webinar Report: Reach Out & Read and HMG Conference Call: Charles Bruner on Medicaid & HMG HMG in New Commonwealth Fund Report Update: Office of Community Child Health Three HHS Agencies Issue Letter on Complex Trauma among...

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  • HMG founder Paul Dworkin, M.D., recently gave a well-received, inspiring talk for the TEDxBushnellPark lecture series in Hartford, Conn., on reforming child health services to promote children’s healthy development; the story of Help Me Grow. Dr. Dworkin traced the founding...

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  • Help Me Grow South Carolina is going public! On August 15, the team will hold its inaugural Community Connections Event at the Greenville Health System in Greenville, S.C. The event will welcome all appropriate agencies to learn more about Help...

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  • This is e-note covers: National Center Staffing Changes HMG National Launches Facebook Page! HMG Quarterly Meetings HMG National Visits Michigan Next HMG National Webinar on Partnering with Reach Out & Read and Help Me Grow HMG Affiliate Update: Alameda County,...

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  • First 5 Alameda County has developed a new marketing material: a postcard that informs parents about developmental screening and the referral process to Help Me Grow Alameda County. First 5 uses the postcards with pediatric sites that are implementing developmental...

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  • This e-note covers the New Report on Business Engagement for Early Childhood; 2013 Business Leader Summer on Early Childhood Investment; New In-Person Version of Online Training in Protective Factors Framework; several items from Zero to Three’s “The Baby Monitor: Policy...

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  • This e-note covers HMG Utah’s nomination as an exemplary program; new marketing materials from HMG Washington; AAP Web-based resources to help children exposed to violence; the new “Developing Trauma-Informed Organizations” handbook; AAP Bright Futures Guidelines in Washington State; a FIFC...

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  • This e-note covers the new HMG National policy brief on protective factors; an ECCS grant opportunity; the HMG Alabama blog; HMG National’s visit to Florida; the HMG Iowa social media campaign; new brief on early childhood mental health.

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