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Tuesday, June 28, 2016

TEXT4BABY - JUNE 28, 2016


June 28, 2016

Dear MARY,
 
With the 4th of July right around the corner, we would like to highlight a ZERO TO THREE(ZTT) resource created specifically for military families with young children. The Military Family Project (MFP) works to increase awareness and collaboration throughout the military community so that parents and professionals can more effectively care for very young children and their families. Available resources on their page include videos, articles, children's books, and even an app, that cover topics such as deployment, reunification, relocation, and staying connected when separated physically.

Text4baby can be a useful tool for military families, particularly since many military spouses, especially moms, can sometimes feel isolated and in need of support. Text4baby provides a free, simple way for these families to get the health and safety information they need during their pregnancies and baby's first year, as well as the support and resources we provide.

Remember to share these resources with the military families you work with, and have a fun and safe Independence Day! 
 
Sincerely, 
  
The Text4baby Team
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So much more is known now than a generation ago about how and when brain architecture is built and how deeply it is influenced by early connections and experiences. The first 1,000 days is the time of greatest opportunity and highest risk. That's why ZERO TO THREE, with the support and collaboration of the Bezos Family Foundation, undertook a comprehensive research effort that included a series of in-home discussions and a national parent survey. We went directly to parents of young children - largely millennials and Generation X mothers and fathers - to gain a clear and in-depth understanding about the challenges they face, the help they seek, and how satisfied they are with the support and information they currently receive. Click here to learn more about the results of the survey! 
Quote of the Week
"I signed up for Text4baby when I found out I was pregnant in February 2012. The messages I received throughout my pregnancy were very informative. My son Braydon was born on October 24, 2012 and I am happy to continue to receive messages that are now tailored to his age and development. I especially appreciate the supportive messages that are sent to encourage new mothers. I truly enjoy participating in this helpful program. Thank you so much for this wonderful resource!"
 
- Barbara C. from New Cumberland, PA (Verizon user)
 
  
 
 
New Partners  
  • Eastern OB/GYN (Birmingham, AL)
In the Media   
  • An article on the Nevada Appeal news site shared Text4baby as a helpful mobile health resource to help support new and expectant moms.
  • The Mena Star local news site announced the participation of Arkansas in the 2016 Text4baby State Enrollment Contest.
  • Text4baby was mentioned in a National Public Radio (NPR) article about apps designed to help new parents.
  • A second NPR article named Text4baby as an example of a digital health program that excels in reaching the low-income population and individuals who need intervention the most.
State Enrollment Contest Weekly Winners 
 
This week's winners enrolled the highest rate of individuals in Text4baby based on their estimated population of pregnant women and new moms*:
 
Weekly Winners (6/19-6/25)
Large states: Virginia (21/per 1000*)
Medium states: Oklahoma (79/per 1000*)
Small states: Delaware (92/per 1000*)
 
Overall Winners (6/5-6/25)
Large states: Pennsylvania (28/per 1000*)
Medium states: Oklahoma (108/per 1000*)
Small states: Delaware (43/per 1000*)

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