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Research to practice: Depression in the lives of Early Head Start families

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A discussion of the impact of parental depressive symptoms on child development, including a description of the role of Early Head Start (EHS) programs in addressing mental health needs, and an analysis of the impacts of EHS programs on parenting and children?s socioemotional development
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Fact Sheets & Briefs
Country:
United States

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