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Brain science: Interventions and policy implications for serving parents and children [PowerPoint]

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This PowerPoint presentation accompanies a webinar that examines research concerning the impact of early life stress and toxic stress to the critical development of young children's brains. It considers infant and parent neurobiologic change, along with policy opportunities to support healthy development through family-centered prevention and early intervention.
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