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Investing in families through family support home visiting Public Deposited

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  • Recently there has been increased interest in the importance of the early years ofa child's life for deter­mining later well-being. There is a window of opportunity to have an impact on the future trajectory of children's lives when they ate young. Research on early brain development, brain physiology, and the effects of trauma on emotional and cogni­tive development has led to renewed interest in strategies that reduce vulnerabil­ity and increase resilience in children and families. Children who are healthy and well nourished, who have a secure and caring relationship with their parents or care­givers, and who have a supportive commu­nity and social network are more likely to build buffers and resilience. After age three, however, it becomes more difficult to develop these buffers and resilience. There is growing recognition that our society needs to make an early investment in families in order to promote positive outcomes and reduce adverse outcomes.
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