Who Is Talking to Our Children?

As with most people and organizations, January starts with a flurry of activities as we strive to achieve our resolutions for the New Year. At the Center, our work has primarily focused on professional development and academics. This year we will begin to take steps to reaching an important audience directly, families.

When Fred Rogers founded his production company, he named it Family Communications, Inc. because that’s what he wanted to create — healthy family communication. That goal is still essential today. But how do we develop and disseminate messages to improve outcomes for children and families?

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