The InCK Model: Two Generation Strategies and the First 1,000 Days

Webinar Hosted by: InCK Marks Resource Network                                    

The first 1000 days of life offer some of the greatest opportunities for health practitioners to affect lifelong health through providing preventive and developmental health services. The federal Integrated Care for Kids (InCK) Model recognizes this by giving preference to applicants that develop two-generation strategies to respond to young children and their families.

Presenters:

Charles Bruner, InCK Marks Network Manager, provided an overview of the InCK Model and its special relevance to the first 1000 days of life.

Marjorie Sims, Managing Director, ASCEND at the Aspen Institute, described two-generation approaches specifically as they relate to young children and their families.

Suzanne Brundage, United Hospital Fund,discussed New York’s innovative “First 1000 Days on Medicaid” Initiative.

Date/Time: April 30, 2019

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