What You'll Learn
- A child's neurodevelopment potential is shaped intensely by genetics, environment, and the impact of caregivers.
- Adversity affects a child's long-term progress. The two are intricately linked.
- Child advocacy is a learned skill that doesn't come naturally, even to the most diligent parents.
Jack Maypole, MD
Director, Comprehensive Care Program,
Boston Medical Center
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics,
Boston University School of Medicine