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The Village Blog
Hear our views and news about our work with others to improve the quality of life for children and families in the state. Our blog features Village leaders and other experts. Join the conversation by sharing and commenting on the posts.
Since arriving in Scotland for the 2014 World Infant Mental Health Congress, I've been struck at how much the improvement in services for children with mental health issues – and programs to prevent problems from occurring in the first place – are rooted in history, trial and perseverance. Our work at The Village to design and pilot a ‘mid-level developmental assessment’ for young children is an example of this blending of old and new.
Inspired by speakers with national expertise – and our own CT leaders, I realize that a Children’s Movement is beginning in Connecticut. Be a part of the movement to ensure that children receive the services they need – from the start – to be on a path to success.
Parents want what's best for their child. When a child is suffering, it causes a crisis in the entire family. But there is help - and the earlier a child receives help, the better.
Today, we say goodbye to a very special friend of The Village, a woman who lived here as a child and went on to live a very full life.
Up until now, we've had few ways to share our successes with you. This website - and this blog page - is one way to show how we change lives and to invite you to be a part of our rewarding work.