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About Reach Out and Read Alabama
According to the American Academy of Pediatrics newly released policy, books at pediatric primary care visits to families at economic and social risks, together with developmentally appropriate anticipatory guidance encouraging parents to read aloud with their children, has a powerful effect on the home environment of young children. It directly affects language development, a major factor in school readiness, during the critical period of early brain development. Reach Out and Read Alabama, a program of the Alabama Chapter American Academy of Pediatrics, 300 medical providers at 67 program sites throughout the state prescribe brand new books to more than 75,000 young children while encouraging their families to read together daily. Numerous studies have shown that when pediatricians advise parents to read together and provide the necessary tools, parents read more and come to cherish this child centered time, and their children enter kindergarten with larger vocabularies and stronger language skills.
Small to Fail and the AAP organization representing 62,000 pediatricians share messages across their networks and media platforms about the importance of talking, reading out loud and singing to children from birth in order to build vocabulary and promote healthy brain development.
The American Academy of Pediatrics is an organization of 62,000 primary care pediatricians, pediatric medical subspecialists and pediatric surgical specialists dedicated to the health, safety and well being of infants, children, adolescents and young adults. This award winning site offers more than 3,000 children health and safety articles including specific information on early literacy and the importance of reading with children.
Reach Out and Read Alabama is a program of the Alabama Chapter American Academy of Pediatrics, and is an evidence based nonprofit organization of doctors and nurses who promote early literacy and school readiness in pediatric exam rooms nationwide by giving new books to children and advice to parents about the importance of reading aloud. Reach Out and Read builds on the unique relationship between parents and medical providers to develop critical early reading skills in children, beginning at 6 months of age. As a result of this literacy intervention, Reach Out and Read families read together more often, and their children enter kindergarten better prepared to succeed, with larger vocabularies and stronger language skills. With a mission to obtain optimal health and well being for all children in Alabama, and to provide educational and practice support for its membership so the highest quality of medical care can be achieved, the organization has an active voice on almost every state collaborative effort that serves the health interests of children.
read together more often, and their children enter kindergarten better prepared to succeed, with larger vocabularies and stronger language skills. Nationwide, Reach Out and Read 20,000 medical providers serve 4 million children and their families annually at 5,000 pediatric practices, health centers, and hospitals with a focus on those that serve low income communities.
Yesterday, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) released a new policy statement promoting early literacy with an infant's very first days an component of primary care visits, representing the first Adidas Climacool Red time the AAP has adopted official policy on the issue. The AAP joined a new collaborative effort at the fourth annual Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) meeting in Denver this week with Too Small to Fail, Scholastic and Reach Out and Read to raise awareness among parents about early language development. Through this partnership, doctors, parents and caregivers will have the tools and books they need to promote reading out loud to children every day starting in infancy. The new policy validates the work of Reach Out and Original Adidas Boost Online
Alabama part of national partnership to help close the word gap in early childhood
"For the last eight years, pediatric healthcare providers have prescribed more than one million books to Alabama children from six months through five years of age at their well child visits and encouraged their parents and caregivers to read together daily. We are thrilled to see the AAP issue the policy statement calling for this evidence based intervention to become a standard practice, said Michael Ramsey, MD, FAAP, president, Alabama Chapter American Academy of Pediatrics. these efforts reach only 25 percent of the state children and families. With the help of business, policy makers and other collaborative partnerships throughout the state, our vision is that every child in Alabama will have books in their home, that their parents will read to them daily and that they will be prepared to learn when they enter school. shows that the more words children hear directed at them by parents and caregivers, the more they learn, yet children from low income families have significantly fewer books than their more affluent peers. In addition, researchers have found that by age four, children in poverty hear 30 million fewer words than their higher income peers. These dramatic gaps result in significant learning disadvantages that persist into adulthood and that not good news for the 27.6 percent of Alabama children living in D Rose Sneakers
Out and Read will also distribute a toolkit to be developed by the AAP, with support from Too Small to Fail, which will equip pediatricians with resources to educate parents on how to use everyday activities to improve communication with their infants and toddlers.
jump start the partnership, Scholastic has donated 500,000 new, age appropriate children books for distribution through Reach Out and Read, the non profit organization that works with 20,000 medical providers nationwide to promote early reading and give books to families at pediatric visits.
Reach Out and Read is an evidence based nonprofit organization of doctors and nurses who promote early literacy and school readiness in pediatric exam rooms nationwide by giving new books to children and advice to parents about the importance of reading aloud. Reach Out and Read builds on the unique relationship between parents and medical providers to develop critical early reading skills in children, beginning at 6 months of age. As a result of this literacy intervention, Reach Out and Read families Adidas Boost Casual Shoes
Read to partner with doctors to promote early literacy.
The national effort takes a multi pronged approach toward equipping parents with the best tools to ensure that their children are prepared to learn as they enter school:
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