Babies and children, families and communities do the research on what it takes for them to flourish. Listen with us to what they’ve been learning. Watch a webinar. Check out the Indigenous Early Learning Collaborative. Join the Brazelton Touchpoints Center Learning Network. Join the conversation.
More mothers’ breastfeeding, and for longer. Less maternal depression. Better child outcomes by 6 months of age. Improved well-child primary care visit participation and emergency room use. All these and more were the results of a California county’s public health nurse home visiting program for Medi-Cal eligible families back in the early 2000s, when the Brazelton Touchpoint Center’s (BTC’s) Touchpoints Approach and behavioral observation of the newborn were foundational to these home visitors’ professional preparation.
View our Professional Development page to learn more about the following courses and workshops that can enhance your work with pregnant people, infants, toddlers, young children, and their families!
- Touchpoints: The How of Child and Family Engagement
- Newborn Behavioral Observations System (NBO) Training Program
- Navigating Challenging Conversations: Why, What, and How
- Development is a Journey: A Conversation Roadmap for Talking with Families
- Supporting Everyone’s Mental Health Workshop Series
- Strengths-Based Family Engagement Workshop Series
Virtual Service Delivery Webinar Series
BTC has had the honor and privilege of serving home visitors across the country by contributing what we’ve been learning over the course of the pandemic to the Rapid Response-Virtual Home Visiting webinar series. We even created our own 18-episode webinar series on how all kinds of professionals who partner with families of infants and young children have been learning to do their work virtually.