Ohio

Nobody wants to be last.       But Ohio is indeed at or very near the bottom on important rankings of how we treat children and working families. When are we going to own that? When
Vanderbilt University’s Prenatal-to-3 Policy Impact Center (PN-3) just issued its annual State Policy Roadmap, exploring ways that the states (and D.C.) can improve conditions so infants and toddlers can thrive. The Roadmap focuses on 12 solutions shown
As we continue to build a movement focused on the unique needs of Ohio’s youngest children, Groundwork Ohio is committed to providing an impact on policies that work for young kids. One of the ways
THE PRENATAL-TO-3 SYSTEM OF CARE IN OHIO The prenatal to age 3 (PN-3) period is the most rapid and sensitive period of development, and it sets the foundation for long-term health and wellbeing. The science
DEMOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTICS The characteristics of families vary considerably by state. A clear picture of the current demographic composition and characteristics of a state’s prenatal-to-3 population can help to inform policy leaders as to who is
Rigorous scientific evidence informs our annual policy guide, which gives states actionable solutions to improve outcomes for all young children.
October 13, 2022 Thousands of national and state leaders, scholars, and practitioners gathered virtually for the preeminent summit on the prenatal-to 3 period. Participants heard the latest research on the most effective policy actions state
DEMOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTICS The characteristics of families vary considerably by state. A clear picture of the current demographic composition and characteristics of a state’s prenatal-to-3 population can help to inform policy leaders as to who is
2022 National Prenatal-to-3 Research to Policy Summit Thursday, October 13, 1-4pm CT / 2-5pm ETVirtual and free >> REGISTER TODAY << The first three years of rapid brain development have the most powerful impact on
RESEARCH BRIEF | B.007.0222 February 2022 Download PDF Medicaid covers nearly half of all births in the United States.1 As such, state actions to change aspects of the program, like the length of coverage during