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Child Health Policy | Domestic Health Policy

Development of an Evidence-based Early Childhood Development Strategy

Quianta Moore, M.D., J.D.

Development of an Evidence-based Early Childhood Development Strategy .

By Quianta Moore, Claire Bocchini and Jean Raphael

Increasingly, stakeholders from diverse sectors acknowledge there is a window of opportunity early in life in which the brain is particularly susceptible to effective interventions with measurable long-term benefits. The authors undertook this paper with the principal purpose of setting priorities for investment in early childhood brain development.