By engaging the trusted professionals who already interact with new and expectant parents, your state can ensure that all parents understand how and why to deliver Language Nutrition.
Talk With Me Baby prepares trusted professionals to act as Language Nutrition coaches including Nurses, WIC Nutritionists, Social Workers, Foster Parents, Early Learning Educators, and Pediatricians.
The science is clear – early language exposure sets the foundation for success in school and life. Explore the research behind the Talk With Me Baby workforce engagement approach.
The Talk With Me Baby workforce engagement approach aligns with the goals of a wide range of statewide public and private entities. Learn tips on identifying potential partners in your state.
What does it take to “reach the people who reach the people” in promoting Language Nutrition and early brain development? Discover key components of the Talk With Me Baby approach.
Reaching All Parents
Modeled on the success of the Back to Sleep-SIDS Awareness Campaign, Talk With Me Baby is employing a public action campaign to deliver reinforcing messages to parents and caregivers.
Believing that early brain development is a public health imperative, the Talk With Me Baby partners are using Developmental Evaluation and implementation science to allow for rapid scale-up and ongoing improvement.
Learn more about the partners who developed the Talk With Me Baby workforce engagement approach and how they are working together across public and private sectors in Georgia.
The Talk With Me Baby workforce engagement approach and toolkit is the result of the commitment and investment of a number of public and private partners in Georgia. Learn more about these innovative funding approaches.
Multimedia Resources and Materials
Check out our library of resources to learn more about Talk with Me Baby and inform others about the initiative. Watch videos, post graphics to social media, download checklists, press releases, and marketing materials.