Our Top Five Blog Posts of 2018
After another terrific year at PolicyLab, we’re taking the time to reflect back on 2018 by highlighting our most-read blog posts of the year. The posts below remind us of the many diverse issues impacting children and their families—but also that if we work together, we can continue to come up with new ways to create change and support one another in our communities:
- Depression in Parents of Children With Developmental Disabilities: What Do We Know and What Can We Do?
- Treating Pediatric Asthma With Healthier Homes
- Two Models, One Site: The Benefits of Co-locating Home Visiting Services
- Adverse Childhood Experiences: Addressing Trauma Nationally and in Philadelphia
- How Medicaid Expansion is Linked to Infant Mortality in 200 Words
Our PolicyLab experts also weighed in through the media on some of the most pressing issues of the year. Catch up on the op-eds, radio interviews and podcasts below:
- The Public Charge Rule is Basically Discrimination Against Children
- Thousands of Older Children Also Were Separated at the Border. What Happens to Them?
- Transgender Rights: #WontBeErased
- Excuse Me, Your Bias Is Showing
We look forward to seeing progress, innovation and collaboration in 2019 to improve the health and well-being of children and adolescents across the country. Happy New Year!