Presented by Dr. Martin Guhn from Human Early Learning Partnership (HELP), UBC
Date: Wednesday, May 27, 2020
Time: 1pm-3pm PDT
Cost: Free to FRP-BC members
This presentation will reflect on the health and social gradients among children and families through research. It will draw on HELP’s substantive Early Years Development Instrument (EDI) data set and introduce new information from the Toddler Development Instrument (TDI) and Childhood experiences Questionnaire (CHEQ) pilot projects. Participants will be invited to discuss implications of having community-level data on early childhood experiences and social context to inform early childhood practice and decision-making.
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