Dr. Ron Lally talks about the necessity for policymakers and parents to understand that babies are curious, motivated learners born with a brain that is genetically wired to seek meaning and learn language.
Dr. Ron Lally explains what he means by the “invisible neglect” of American babies that he says has taken place in our country since the 1960s.
Dr. Ron Lally speaks about the frustrating recent history of America’s infants and calls on America to step up for its babies. In this short three-minute video he makes the case for why we need to advocate for better beginnings for our babies.
Hear about the complexities of paid family leave from a family in Iowa with commentary from Helen Blank about the urgent need for paid family leave policies.
Carmen Lloyd, a California resident from Austria with a young child, reflects on the disparity between services she received in the United States compared to those provided in Austria. She concludes that while what we may have it better in California than other states, from a global perspective, it’s a complete joke. Carmen has joined […]
Written and narrated by J. Ronald Lally, this 6-minute animation depicts why young brains need continuing nurturance, protection and enrichment once a child is born – a setting where the growing brain can flourish. He describes the development of a “social womb” similar in function to the nurturance a fetus receives while in the womb. […]