Healthy Minds Begin at Home: From Infant to Individual
Guide and Manual, 2014
This guide was developed for use with the “Healthy Minds Begin at Home: from Infant to Individual” toolkit. It is designed to help service providers begin or continue to work in the area of early childhood mental health. Included in the guide is information on early childhood mental health topics, suggested activities that professionals or caregivers can do with children, tip sheets for caregivers, and a list of resources. The “Healthy Minds Begin at Home: from Infant to Individual” toolkit was developed for Community Action Program for Children projects.
Sometimes, despite the amazing emotions of fatherhood, men can feel like little more than bystanders. However, babies know their fathers too, and from the moment of birth, they are eager to interact with them. Dads, as well as moms, are crucial in helping their babies build relationships. Science tells us these relationships are critical for the healthy development of babies’ brains. By following a group of families, this film teaches how to recognize the earliest signs of infant communication. These early interactions enrich your time as a father and give your baby the best possible start in life.SKU: 5-V-529
This poster provides information about the Nobody’s Perfect Parenting Program. Ideal for program facilitators to use as a recruitment tool for potential participants.
Nobody’s Perfect Bookmark
This bookmark provides information about the Nobody’s Perfect Parenting Program. Ideal for program facilitators as a take-home keepsake for participants.
The Dad Difference: Raising Children Birth to Five
This video is a research-based series that shows dads how to be involved with their babies from pregnancy on. This video features a diverse group of real fathers, candid comments, and practical tips to encourage every dad to become more connected. This video comes with a Facilitator’s Guide.Download the The Dad Difference Facilitator’s Guide.SKU: 5-V-531