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Links to resources for Local and National Updated Information, Early Childhood, Developmental Disability, Mental and Behavioral Health, Cultural and Linguistic Supports, and Georgetown University (COVID-19)

We, at The Georgetown University Center for Child and Human Development (GUCCHD), strive to foster a stronger society by promoting the wellbeing of ALL children, adults and families and creating more inclusive communities. We work together to:

  • Advance collective solutions.
  • Bridge the campus to the community.
  • Build strong and diverse partnerships.
  • Broadly share our extensive expertise with empathy and dedication.
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HIGHLIGHTS



Applications now available for the Georgetown University Certificate in Early Intervention (GUCEI) and the Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities program (GULEND) fall 2022 Cohorts!
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Read the U.S.-Afghan Women’s Council (USAWC) Statement in support of Afghan Women


Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (LEND)
Faculty from the GUCCHD has been awarded a 5-year grant, Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (LEND). LEND, funded by the Maternal and Child Health Bureau (MCHB) of the Health Resources and Services Administration is a premier training program that began in the 1960s. There are currently 56 LEND programs in 44 states.


Georgetown University Certificate in Early Intervention
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WHAT'S NEW

  • Georgetown University Certificate in Early Intervention We are taking applications for the Georgetown University Certificate in Early Intervention (GUCEI) and the Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities program (GULEND)
    Learn More & Apply!
  • Georgetown University logoGeorgetown University Experts in Conversation with Frances Haugen, Facebook Whistleblower: How Social Media Impacts Teen Health Read Now!
  • USAWC logoRead the U.S.-Afghan Women’s Council (USAWC) Statement in support of Afghan Women. Read Now!
  • Tawara GoodeNew episode of Georgetown Now!
    The Georgetown UCEDD Director Tawara Goode was interviewed by Georgetown University President, John J. DeGioia. Watch Now!
  • Phyllis MagrabWe are pleased to announce our brand new interview series: Building Equitable and Inclusive Societies.Learn More
  • Head Start logo Georgetown University Center for Child and Human Development (GUCCHD) in partnership with the Education Development Center (EDC) has been selected by the Office of Head Start (OHS) to lead the new National Center on Health, Behavioral Health, and Safety (the Center).
  • CoE-logoAnnouncing New Program: Georgetown University Parenting Support Program (PSP)Learn More
  • CoE-logoWe are pleased to announce the launch of the Center of Excellence for Infant & Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation (CoE for IECMHC), a center run by Georgetown University's Center for Child & Human Development and funded by SAMHSA. Learn More

NEW RESOURCES

  • Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting (MIECHV) Needs Assessment Learn More
  • Uncovering the Role of Racism in DC Reproductive Health Inequities
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  • GEORGE: Preparing Future Early Interventionists in the Natural Environment
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  • DC Home Visiting On-Line Modules
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  • Disparities in Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Services and Supports: Why should we focus on disparities in intellectual and developmental disabilities services and supports? | En Español
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  • What's Working? A Study of the Intersection of Family, Friend, and Neighbor Networks and Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation
    - Full Report
    - Summary of Key Findings
    - Brochure
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  • Supporting Young Children’s Social Emotional Development in DC Child Care Centers Learn More
  • Workforce Retention from the Home Visitor Perspective Learn More
Georgetown University
Center for Child and Human Development
Box 571485, Washington, DC 20057
202.687.5000
202.687.1954
gucchd@georgetown.edu
Georgetown University Center for Child and Human Development is a designated University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities.