Transforming the promise of pediatric primary care
COVID-19 Updates and Resources for the HealthySteps Network
The HealthySteps National Office is monitoring COVID-19 policies and practices relevant to HealthySteps sites and cultivating a running list of helpful resources. Updates are made daily. Please scroll down or visit healthysteps.org/coronavirus.
Access & Trust
Pediatric primary care is the only system in the entire country that reaches nearly all young children. No other system has the same consistent and positive connection to families, their young children, and their communities.
HealthySteps Specialists join the pediatric primary care team to ensure universal screening of all families, provide referrals, and intensive services if needed.
HealthySteps Specialists address common and complex concerns, such as feeding, behavior, sleep, attachment, maternal depression, access to social supports beyond health care, and adapting to life with a baby or young child.
News and Resources
Caring for Yourself and Young Children During the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Crisis
The COVID-19 pandemic has created a high stress situation for everyone, especially parents. We have a few tips for this difficult time.
Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates and Resources for the HealthySteps Network
The HealthySteps National Office is monitoring novel coronavirus (COVID-19) policies and practices relevant to HealthySteps sites.
HealthySteps National Director Featured in The New York Times
HealthySteps National Director Rahil Briggs, PsyD is featured among top childhood experts in the New York Times.
Why HealthySteps Matters
There is no time in life more important than ages 0-3. These early years lay the critical foundation for long-term development and health. Our most important connections are our first ones with our closest caregivers—these relationships can set babies and toddlers on the path to becoming engaged learners, productive workers, and successful adults. HealthySteps has demonstrated myriad positive outcomes for children, their families, and the practices that serve them. Watch our video to see HealthySteps in action.