brain development

Education

Parent involvement crucial to child’s success

A critical part of our mission to improve the quality of life everyone in Northwest Florida is getting more children ready for kindergarten. To help the children means helping their parents. Read full story

Education

Words are food for a baby’s brain

The relationships with the important people in a baby’s life can literally shape and develop the intricate structure of an infant’s brain. Read full story

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Providing parents tools to develop their babies’ brains

Reaching children in their earliest years can help ensure that they get the healthy and strong start they need to begin school ready to learn and grow. Read full story

Education

Brain Bags launch as part of Early Learning City effort

The first IMPACT Brain Bags are going home with new moms at Pensacola area hospitals. The bags were designed as early literacy gift bags to help parents begin to understand the power of parent talk in the early development of a child’s brain. Read full story

Education

SCI among IMPACT 100’s grant finalists

Studer Community Institute is among the finalists, which draw from five focus areas: Arts & Culture; Education; Environment, Recreation and Preservation; Family; and Health. Read full story

Education

Early childhood intervention makes the most difference

Our county’s future well-being depends on developing baby’s brains and getting children ready for kindergarten. Read full story

Education

Turning America’s oldest city into its first early learning mecca

The discovery of the DeLuna settlement has made Pensacola rightly proud of its past. Turning America’s oldest settlement into its first immersive early learning city would be a beautiful testament to our future. Read full story