Woodhull Medical Center's video project aims to promote school readiness in low-income infants

Participating low-income families are videotaped reading and interacting

Participating low-income families are videotaped reading and interacting with their kids. (August 28, 2013 7:11 PM)

Staff at Woodhull Medical Center in Bushwick have unveiled a new program to promote school readiness among low-income infants and toddlers.

The video interaction project has been used at Bellevue Hospital in Manhattan since 1999. Participating low-income families are videotaped reading and interacting with their kids. They say children's brains develop early, and it gets parents into the habit...

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