Thursday, March 22, 2018, 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. EDT
Research on stress and poverty’s impact on the brain is spurring innovation in human services programs. And evidence-based home visiting programs, in which health professionals work with parents at home during the early stages of a child’s life, show lasting benefits for mothers and children.
Both are ideas under the Partnership’s strategy to provide support that empowers. During this webinar, Elisabeth Babcock, president and CEO of Economic Mobility Pathways, and Roxane White, Morgridge Family Economic Security Innovator in Residence at Ascend at the Aspen Institute, will discuss how brain science–informed human services and home visiting programs can be game changing for families striving for upward mobility.
Elisabeth Babcock, Member, US Partnership on Mobility from Poverty; President and CEO, Economic Mobility Pathways
Roxane White, Member, US Partnership on Mobility from Poverty; Morgridge Family Economic Security Innovator in Residence, Ascend at the Aspen Institute
Nisha Patel, Executive Director, US Partnership on Mobility from Poverty