From brain architecture to toxic stress to serve and return, The Brain Architects, a new podcast from the Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University, focuses on the specific, practical questions that often arise for parents and caregivers during the critically important period of early childhood.
Bringing together experts and practitioners from pediatrics, social services, and education, among other disciplines, the podcast gathers many different voices that aren’t always speaking directly to each other. And, by answering questions such as, “What does toxic stress actually look like in the day-to-day?” and “How can I make sure I’m building my child’s brain?”, The Brain Architects can help all of us use the science of child development to improve the lives of the children we interact with every day.
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