In this webinar, medical practitioners help us understand early language development through a public health lens. How does interactive talk build family resiliency?
Blog Posts (9)
In the context of COVID, two studies put mothers, fathers, and the language environments they nurture in stark relief.
As normal caregiving routines are disrupted by the coronavirus outbreak, three research studies provide insight into how to support children and caregivers.
Explore research-based strategies for helping children overcome adversity.
The team at the West Central Health District drew on a range of existing community partners to find space to run classes, recruit parents, and scale impact.
Dr. Zimmerman explains his latest research into how environments and external factors affect population health and child development.
A home-visiting program for teen parents in Boulder County expanded their services to include parent-group classes, to the benefit of clients and their children.
A young couple from Texas share how LENA Start classes helped them gain confidence in their parenting skills after the birth of the first daughter.
In the summer of 2016, Texas Children’s Hospital launched LENA Start to support healthy developmental outcomes for children at a population-wide level.
Dr. Dana Suskind shares about the origins of her book, how she uses LENA technology, and why we all need to “spread the words.”