Early Childhood Matters Provides Monthly In-Depth Features and Latest News on Giving Kids the Best Start
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In this age of digital device distraction, we look at how First 5 LA promotes parent engagement with their children, fellow parents and their communities through a number of its programs and initiatives, including Best Start (social connections), Little by Little (family literacy), Home Visiting (Parents as Teachers) and upcoming programs like Abriendo Puertas.
Latest News on Programs, Events and More from First 5 LA
Focus On: Trauma–Informed Care Convening April 1 Coverage
One family’s journey from uncertainty to empowerment, thanks to First 5 LA-funded First Connections’ developmental screening project
“Siblings: Welcoming a New Brother or Sister, Fostering Healthy Sibling Relationships”
“It is critical for pregnant women and parents of  children 0-5 years old to have access points like 211 as  a resource that helps them receive information and  make the right decisions for their child’s health.”
Across the globe, home visits can boost brain development for low-income kids
Call for ambitious national investment in America’s children includes high quality child care and home visits – Economic Policy Institute
33,000 California eligible 4-year-olds from low-income families are without publicly-funded Pre-K
Policymakers, Experts and Advocates  Provide Their Insights on an Important  Topic Regarding Children
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Early Childhood Matters is a monthly newsletter published by First 5 LA on our work and the latest news regarding early childhood issues. Our goal is to inform you of our efforts to strengthen families, the communities in which they live and the systems that support them.

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