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[Balado – En anglais] How do our biological systems work together to respond to chronic stress? What do these responses mean for early learning and lifelong health? And when we say that early experiences matter, what do we mean by early?
[Balado – En anglais] In this episode, Sally Pfitzer and her guess discuss what supporting your own mental health can look like, as well as ways to support children you care for at this time.
[Balado – En anglais] Shelter-in-place orders are meant to help protect our communities from the current coronavirus pandemic. But for some people, home isn’t always a safe place.
[Balado – En anglais] Dr. Williams discusses ways in which the coronavirus pandemic is particularly affecting people of color in the U.S., and what that can mean for early childhood development.
[Balado – En anglais] In the second episode of our special COVID-19 series of The Brain Architects, host Sally Pfitzer speaks with Dr. Rahil Briggs, National Director of ZERO TO THREE’s HealthySteps program, to discuss how pediatricians are serving their patients during the pandemic, including using telehealth; why caregiver health is child health; and what she hopes the healthcare system can learn as a result of the pandemic.
[Balado – En anglais] The first guest of this special series is Center Director Dr. Jack Shonkoff. He and host Sally Pfitzer discuss how to support healthy child development during a pandemic, including the importance of caring for caregivers.
[Balado – en anglais] Pediatrician Nadine Burke Harris talks about how exposure to violence and stress affects the developing brains and bodies of children – resulting in increased instances of substance dependence, and even heart disease or cancer.
[Balado – en anglais] Nadine visits the Armchair Expert to discuss the impact childhood trauma has on health and longevity, she talks about her own experience with childhood adversity and she gives tools to buffer those who have many ACEs.
[Balado – En anglais] What is “serve and return”? What does it mean to have a “responsive relationship” with a child? How do responsive relationships support healthy brain development? And what can parents and caregivers do in…