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Parenting

Parenting While Rising to Child Developmental Challenges

This free, 6-episode virtual conversation series offers a warm and inviting opportunity to connect with other parents and families of children with differences in or challenges ...
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Somos Latinx Families

This free, 6-episode virtual conversation series offers a safe and welcoming space to hold conversations for and by Latinx families. Explore what it means to be ...
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Learning to Listen: Conversations for Change

Learning to Listen: Conversations for Change is a free webinar series that offers virtual conversations with inspiring leaders working on the frontlines of current and emerging ...
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For Families

At the Brazelton Touchpoints Center (BTC), we believe that parents and families are the experts on their children. From the start, your children’s behavior shows ...
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Parenting While Black 2022

We were excited to relaunch our Parenting While Black series in 2022! This free virtual conversation series offered a safe and welcoming space to hold ...
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Hassan Daniel: Strengthening Fathers and Families through Faith, Fellowship, and Touchpoints

Hassan Daniel “Touchpoints provides fathers a way into the hearts of our children that interfaces with our babies with intentionality.” — Hassan Daniel For Hassan ...
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LGBTQIA2+ Families Then and Now

Through conversations with a diverse range of parents who identify as LGBTQIA2+ at different stages of family life (from those with young children to those ...
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Family-to-Family Real Talk Series

Our Family-to-Family Real Talk Series creates dialogue and connections that build community between and among affinity groups of parents, and open up safe spaces for ...
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Brain, Child Magazine: Touchpoints Among Top Ten Books for Parenting Children with Disabilities

Touchpoints Birth to Three: Your Child’s Emotional and Behavioral Development by T. Berry Brazelton , MD, and Joshua Sparrow, MD was included in Brain, Child magazine’s ...
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New Study Shows Head Start Helps Parents’ Education Too

According to a new study by Northwestern University researchers, Head Start programs may help low-income parents improve their educational status. “Studies on early childhood education ...
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