the science and nature of nurturing
nurturely was inspired by international research on infant-caregiver interaction
nurturely aims to bridge the worlds of science, medicine, community health, and parenting
Racial and socioeconomic disparities in early health and development exacerbate societal inequalities
Our US-based outreach work addresses three target areas
Research advances our understanding of both the science and nature of nurturing
We are committed to inclusive, collaborative, evidence-based community outreach
We provide free public educational workshops for new and expectant parents, focusing on refugee mothers, non-English speaking families, and low-income parents who have less access to services.
We work with hospitals and community health programs to implement evidence-based practices and increase informed, inclusive services for families.
We work with employers to support a family-friendly workplace culture and pilot onsite childcare program to improve breastfeeding rates and mother-infant bonding.
We conduct our own research, but also collaborate with scientists across a variety of disciplines to ensure our information is based on the latest, most high-quality data.
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