Join the Georgia Health Policy Center on Oct. 15 at 3pm for a virtual event featuring screen clips from the documentary No Small Matter, with discussion by keynote speaker Dr. Neal Horen, from Georgetown University, highlighting the impact of early care and education on brain development and America’s social and economic future.
Keynote speaker Dr. Neal Horen, director of early childhood at the Center for Child and Human Development at Georgetown University, will kick off a discussion on the importance of the early childhood period for making connections, building socioemotional health, and overall healthy development for all children. He will be joined by a panel of local experts in policy, program, and practice.
We welcome a broad audience of policymakers and legislators, funders, researchers, providers, educators, state agencies, community agencies, and families for a meaningful discussion.
Thank you to our partners the Georgia Association for the Education of Young Children and the Georgia Early Education Alliance for Ready Students.
About the Series
This event is part of a series of equity-focused events hosted by the Georgia Health Policy Center (GHPC) and the first of a continuing series of behavioral health convenings hosted by the Center of Excellence for Children’s Behavioral Health at GHPC.