If you’re listening during a flight attendant’s safety instructions, you’ll likely hear the phrase, “put on your own oxygen mask before assisting others.” That works in an emergency situation, but it’s hard in day-to-day life to put your needs above others’, especially the ones that you love.
We talk a LOT about creating great childhoods for all children in Tennessee. It’s a lofty vision, but we believe it is possible. So how can we make it a reality? And how would things be different in Tennessee if we did?
Throughout life, it is hard to escape stress. It’s important to know the typical emotional maturity your child should be expressing and how to help them identify and manage their emotions.
Prevent Child Abuse Tennessee conducts numerous trainings around the state of Tennessee on the Impact of Domestic Violence on the Developing Child, and one question arises frequently: How do I help a child I know is being exposed to domestic violence in the home?
Prevent Child Abuse Tennessee pilots offering Newborn Nests to vulnerable families in 14 counties as an innovative strategy to prevent sleep related deaths and reduce infant mortality rates.