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Current Frontiers of Innovation Projects

Frontiers of Innovation (FOI) projects are supported by the Center on the Developing Child or our partner organizations through ongoing consultation. Learn more about the projects below.

The information below depicts project plans as originally outlined. Due to the coronavirus crisis, many teams have had to adjust their project plans including changes to implementation, study design and timeline. We thank the individuals and organizations in our network who continue to serve children and families facing adversity through this trying time.

Key

Context

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Adult-Focused Group Setting
Childcare Setting Icon
Childcare Setting
Community Setting Icon
Community Setting
Home Setting Icon
Home Setting
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Online Setting
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Other Setting
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Parent-Child Center Setting
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Pediatric or Clinical Setting
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School Setting

Primary Design Principle(s)

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Reduce Sources of Stress
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Strengthen Core Life Skills
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Support Responsive Relationships

Current Projects

Click on any of the program names to learn more.

Best Starts for Kids

These projects are part of the Best Starts for Kids (BSK) initiative and receive technical support from teams at the University of Washington and Children’s Home Society of Washington.








Brazil Innovation Cluster

Led by the iLab Primeira Infância, a Núcleo Ciência Pela Infância initiative







Mexico Innovation Cluster

Led by the Aceleradora de Innovación para la Primera Infancia


Pediatric Innovation Cluster

Supported by the Center on the Developing Child








Additional FOI Projects

Supported by the Center on the Developing Child















Completed FOI Projects



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The IDEAS Impact Framework includes a set of guiding principles, which represent ways of working that are integral to the model, as well as a set of three components that are created and revised within the framework.

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