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Guest commentary: 'Prescriptions to Read' are critical to school readiness

5:14 PM, Sep. 9, 2013
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It's that "back-to-school" time of the year and we watch our youth return to the classroom. How can we - as parents, grandparents, mentors, babysitters, educators and clinicians - help build better brains for the youth in our lives, so they have long-term, positive outcomes in their physical, mental and social health?

A "prescription to read" can prevent developmental delay, school failure, lack of parent-child responsiveness, limited environmental language, attachment issues, and others. It may surprise some to learn that clinics would consider a young child's home literacy ...

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