David Willis is a ZERO TO THREE fellow, formerly of MIECHV, the Perigee Fund, now with the Center for the Study of Social Policy (CSSP). This survey will inform the important work Dr Willis is now doing to frame Early Relational Health so that communities can more fully understand what we all know: Early relationships are critical to all health, development, and well-being. Please consider taking the survey (linked below) and sharing the link with colleagues by January 20. Thank you!
EARLY RELATIONAL HEALTH SURVEY
The Center for the Study of Social Policy and Senior Fellow, David W. Willis, MD are conducting a baseline survey across early childhood systems and sectors about Early Relational Health (ERH) – an emerging framework that elevates the primacy of relational experiences as foundational for life-long health, learning and social-emotional wellbeing and has relevance across the child and family-focused fields of pediatrics, public health, infant-child mental health, early learning, child welfare and early childhood community systems. As part of our larger body of work around ERH, CSSP’s ERH Initiative is reaching out to early childhood providers, systems leaders and communities to get a better sense of current ERH-related activities, best practices, and interests. This work will generate a CSSP brief that will describe the implementation and readiness landscape, upon which future activities can be built. As part of these vibrant networks, we value your perspective. Please take a few moments (approximately 10-12 mins) to share your thoughts about ERH by completing this short survey, linked here, by January 20th. If you have questions or would like further information on CSSP’s ERH initiative, please contact David W. Willis, MD at [email protected]