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Post Event Wrap-up: Toxic Stress and Early Childhood

November 18, 2014cfrp, early childhood, home visiting, toxic_stress

Toxic Stress and Early Childhood: What Policy Makers and Funders Need to Know Friday, November 14, 2014 – Texas State Capitol Auditorium & Legislative Conference Center The Child and Family Research Partnership at The University of Texas at Austin’s LBJ School of Public Affairs, TexProtects, and the Texas Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC) co-hosted the event [...]

Infographic – Toxic Stress: Here Today, Here Tomorrow

November 10, 2014early childhood, home visiting, infographic, toxic_stress, visualization

CFRP is co-hosting a special event with TexProtects and the Texas Health and Human Services Commission at the Texas Capitol this Friday, November 14, 2014 – “Toxic Stress and Early Childhood: What Policy Makers and Funders Need to Know.” Dr. Andrew Garner, one of the nation’s leading pediatric neuroscientists, is the keynote speaker. The event [...]

Toxic Stress 101

November 10, 2014early childhood, toxic_stress, visualization

What is toxic stress? Go to our new Storify on the topic for invaluable resources and links to research, news articles, CFRP’s toxic stress infographic and more at https://storify.com/cfrplbj.        

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