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  • Parent stories - Fussy Baby Network - Erikson Institute
    becomes too hard to handle During these times your first priority should be to find a safe place for your baby such as her crib or the arms of a friend It is okay to step away and take a break As one parent noted To bring calm first you have to possess it On getting back to routines Just doing the simplest things it is just not possible I could not get my baby and my dog out the door at the same time I simply could not do it Now that we have the baby we can t even leave the house How can I put someone through this If I can barely manage the crying how can anyone else help Parents of fussy babies may find it impossible to keep up with their usual routines With sleep deprivation limiting a parent s energy level extra help may be needed for chores or to help care for older children Ask someone to care for your baby so you can take a break Your expectations of yourself or for your home may need to change for a time On feeling questioned Someone said I don t know what you are talking about This baby is fine I am not hurting her I swear Okay fine whatever I am just going to stop talking about it Parents of fussy babies may feel housebound fearful of taking their baby in public or worried that they will have to explain or apologize for their baby s crying One parent shared A trip to the neighborhood restaurant or even the park is no fun when you re holding your breath hoping that your baby won t cry the whole time On the other hand comments such as Your baby seems just fine may leave parents feeling confused and isolated A parent s confidence in his skills may be shaken when he is bombarded with unsolicited advice comments or criticism Even when it comes from well meaning friends and family it can cause a parent to question whether he does indeed know what is best for his own child On all the advice Let her cry don t let her cry You can t spoil a baby you re spoiling that baby There is a great deal of information available to parents from a wide variety of sources In addition to friends and family there are hundreds of resources in books magazines and on the Internet Coupled with the information provided by professionals it is hard to know what or whom to believe Parents should remember that they know their own baby best and over time will grow in confidence to trust their own instincts and knowledge On searching for answers Colic schmolick I knew it was something more than colic I thought I must not be holding her right Or I didn t feed her before we left We tried everything We still are Most parents of fussy babies seek to find a

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  • National network of family support - Fussy Baby Network - Erikson Institute
    to take advantage of free home visiting services Services are available in English and Spanish For assistance call 877 705 KIDS 5437 or visit the Southwest Human Development website Arizona Smart Support The FAN is infused into the conceptual framework and staff development for Arizona s Smart Support statewide system for early childhood mental health consultation for early care and education centers Smart Support is a unique program that partners early childhood mental health consultants with child care providers to promote the social and emotional development of all children in case and help providers respond to children with behavioral challenges For more information call 866 330 5520 or visit the Arizona Smart Support website California Napa Fussy Baby Network Napa is a unique collaboration between Aldea Children and Family Services Queen of the Valley Medical Center and the Napa County Public Health Home Visiting Nurse Program Fussy Baby Network Napa provides home visiting services and warmline support and integrates the approach into local public health home visiting services For more information contact Stephanie Paravicini at 707 253 0123 ext 609 California Oakland Fussy Baby Network Oakland services are an integral part of the Early Childhood Mental Health Program at UCSF Benioff Children s Hospital Oakland Our experienced and highly skilled team of certified Fussy Baby specialists works closely with our Primary Care Clinic the Center for the Vulnerable Child SEED Program and other hospital departments as well as community agencies to facilitate referrals Warmline support is available to any family struggling to care for a baby who is fussy crying excessively or has difficulties with sleeping or feeding Home visitation or clinic based service is offered to families in Alameda County who have full scope MediCal Our site also works as a training center for the National Erikson Institute Fussy Baby Network CHANGE with other programs in development and to support expansion of quality services to young infants and their families To learn more call 510 428 3407 or visit the UCSF Benioff Children s Hospital Oakland website Colorado Denver Fussy Baby Network Colorado services are integrated into the Irving Harris Program in Child Development and Infant Mental Health at the University of Colorado Denver Children s Hospital Services include warmline phone consultation clinic consultation and home visitation through the primary care clinic for families To learn more call 877 6 CRYCARE or visit Fussy Baby Network Colorado website Florida Sarasota Fussy Baby Network Sarasota services have been integrated into infant mental health services at The Florida Center for Early Childhood Inc Services include warmline phone consultation at 855 62 FUSSY clinic consultation home visitation and on site clinic services To learn more call 941 371 8820 or visit The Florida Center for Early Childhood website Israel Jerusalem Fussy Baby Network FAN is integrated into the Jerusalem based Mom2Mom home visiting project which provides support for mothers during the first year after childbirth Mom2Mom is affiliated with the Department of Psychology Hebrew University of Jerusalem Services include a warmline and

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  • Staff - Fussy Baby Network - Erikson Institute
    in the first year and postpartum mood disorders She also co facilitates the Fussy Baby Blues Web based group Nancy holds an infant studies certificate from Erikson Institute Fussy Baby Network team Maria Paz Ardito M A Maria Paz is from Santiago Chile where she graduated as a psychologist from Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile and completed her graduate training in psychoanalytic psychotherapy She has 10 years of experience working with children and their families in clinical settings and is trained as a Fussy Baby specialist and on the Theraplay approach At Fussy Baby Network Maria Paz provides home visiting and warmline support to Latino families in Chicago with concerns around their infants feeding sleeping or crying She is a member of the Illinois Association of Infant Mental Health and the International Association for Relational Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy Marsha Baker M Ed OTR L I IECMH C Marsha is an occupational therapist and infant specialist with more than 20 years of experience working with infants young children and their families She earned her master s degree in child development and certification in infant mental health and infant studies from Erikson She also is a certified infant massage instructor She specializes in treating infants with feeding problems and sensory regulatory disorders Kim Hanes M S Kim joined the Fussy Baby team as a field trainer in July 2014 facilitating training with Healthy Families Illinois supervisors and home visitors in the Fussy Baby FAN approach She has over 25 years of social work experience working with families in their homes She has worked with Refugee Resettlement in Kansas City and with American Indians through Sinte Gleska University in Mission South Dakota Before coming to Fussy Baby Kim completed her master s in child development at Erikson She holds a Family Systems Therapy

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  • Give - Erikson Institute
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  • Herr Research Center for Children & Social Policy - Erikson Institute
    312 893 7137 Staff Juliet Bromer Ph D Research Scientist Herr Research Center for Children and Social Policy email protected 312 893 7127 Florence Kimondo Ph D Instructor Senior Instructor and Field Education Liaison email protected 312 893 7206 Jessica Ruiz Site Coordinator Educare West DuPage Project email protected 312 893 7126 Penny Smith Manager Illinois Early Childhood Fellows Program Herr Research Center for Children and Social Policy email protected

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  • Projects - Erikson Institute
    specific developmental and educational needs of culturally racially and linguistically diverse children explicitly within teacher standards teacher certification and teacher preparation in higher education More Dual Language Learners in Chicago Public Schools Jana Fleming Aisha Ray Mark Nagasawa Jessica Manvell Erikson is collaborating with Chicago Public Schools CPS on a two year research study examining the current preschool policies and practices that support dual language learners More Early Childhood Community Needs Assessment for Altgeld Jana Fleming Aisha Ray Candace Williams The assessment highlighted the strengths and challenges Chicago s Altgeld Riverdale community faces in providing high quality early learning experiences for young children and their families More Educare Implementation Study Mark Nagasawa Charles Chang Jana Fleming Jessica Ruiz The Implementation Study examines the core features of the Educare model in practice in order to improve practices and supports the program as it generates its own practical evaluation questions More Envisioning Change Jana Fleming Aisha Ray Florence Kimondo Envisioning Change is a statewide effort to close the achievement and opportunity gaps that impact thousands of African American students beginning in the earliest years More Family Child Care Specialist Training Project Juliet Bromer The current project is part of a long term effort to improve quality in family child care through building agency staff capacity to support providers in these settings More Family Provider Relationship Quality FPRQ Measurement Project Juliet Bromer Development of a measurement tool to assess the quality of family provider relationships across early care and education settings More Illinois Action for Children Community Connections Caregiver Clusters Project Juliet Bromer The sought to enhance social networks and access to community resources and to increase involvement in early childhood programming among low income parents and caregivers of young children More Illinois Early Childhood Fellows Program Jana Fleming Penny Smith The Illinois

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  • Completed projects - Erikson Institute
    center based early care and education programs More Children s Mental Health Policy in the Three State Region Abigail Duchatelier Jeudy Aimee Hilado Jon Korfmacher Eboni Howard Researchers sought to inform and influence policies to improve mental health services for children ages birth to five and their families in Illinois Michigan and Wisconsin More Family Child Care Network Impact Study Juliet Bromer This study analyzed the impact of family child

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  • Envisioning Change - Erikson Institute
    with a project update and additional information regarding the final meeting Task Force resources and materials Project summary PDF 1pg Meeting materials Summary of first meeting in October 2013 PDF 3pg Presentations from December 2013 Meeting ZIP Resources for Small Group Discussions in February and March 2014 ZIP Article for March 2014 Presentation by Dr Jerry Weast Lessons in Early Learning Building an Integrated Pre K 12 System in Montgomery County Public Schools PDF 24pg About the Envisioning Change project Erikson launched Envisioning Change as a statewide effort to close the achievement gap for African American students beginning in the earliest grades The effort supported by a generous grant from the Robert R McCormick Foundation seeks to focus state and local leaders attention and action on the creation of a practical and targeted blueprint for action Erikson articles about the project Announcement Envisioning Change challenges African American achievement gap Update Envisioning Change Task Force develops blueprint for closing the achievement gap in Illinois About the Task Force Erikson is convening this task force of some 40 educators advocates and other stakeholders to develop a statewide plan outlining specific strategies and a timeline The group will review the latest research on

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