The latest news from the Foundation

The Baby Blind-spot: First 1001 Days report shows babies’ needs overlooked in COVID response

19 January 2021

A report released by the First 1001 Days Movement today found that the “hidden harms” of the Spring lockdown on 0-2s were broad and significant, and experienced unevenly depending on family circumstances and background.  The Working for Babies report was written by First 1001 Days partners Isos Partnership.  It examined the response of local services…

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Foundation receives funding for its work in Scotland

12 January 2021

The Parent-Infant Foundation is delighted to announce new financial support from three Scottish funders to enable further development work in Scotland.  This follows a successful scoping phase through 2020.    Cattanach, The Charles Gordon Foundation and The William Grant Foundation are joining forces to back the work of the Parent-Infant Foundation during 2021-2022.     This funding will assist the Foundation in all aspects of its mission to support the growth of infant mental health services…

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Baby Boost must be part of the Comprehensive Spending Review

23 November 2020

Parent-Infant Foundation along with our partners Best Beginnings and Home Start have today called for the Chancellor to include a Baby Boost in the Comprehensive Spending Review.  The first 1001 days of a child’s life – from pregnancy until a child’s second birthday – is an incredibly important period in early development, which lays the…

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