Stories From the Field 2019

The ZERO TO THREE Journal | Vol 39 No 6

Sharing our stories, both the successful outcomes and the hurdles we face, allows for a deeper understanding of how to make a meaningful difference in the lives of children and their families.

Exploring a range of supports and services in early intervention, home visiting, pediatric inpatient and outpatient settings, immigrant and refugee families, and more, the stories presented in the July 2019 issue of the ZERO TO THREE Journal are meant to provoke and inspire readers to consider new ways of engaging with their peers and colleagues and the infants, toddlers, and families they support.

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Table of Contents

Pg 2—This Issue and Why It Matters

Pg 5—Experiences of Infant Mental Health Home Visiting Professionals in Challenging and High-Risk Environments

Pg 13—Early Identification of Autism Spectrum Disorder: Navigating Uncertainty on the Journey Toward an Answer

Pg 22—“Everybody Benefits”: Family Child Care Providers’ Perspectives on Partnering With Early Head Start

Pg 31—The Pediatric Birth to Three Clinic and Early Childhood Mental Health Program: Meeting the Needs of Complex Pediatric Patients

Pg 38—Opening Doors With the ParentChild+ Program: Using the Power of Relationship to Change Lives

Pg 44—Understanding Immigration Trauma and the Potential of Home Visiting Among Immigrant and Refugee Families

Pg 54—Building Organizational Capacity for Research in Early Intervention


Released bi-monthly, each issue of the ZERO TO THREE Journal focuses on a critical topic within the early childhood development field. Journal articles are carefully composed to present current knowledge, latest research, and practical advice to help early childhood professionals do their best work in support of infants and toddlers.

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