Telehealth Service in infant mental health home visiting – also relevant to early childhood intervention

"This is NOT business as usual."

This PDF came to TAC Bulletin from Jayne Singer, Infant Mental Health Mentor-Clinical President, MassAIMH via Donald Wertlieb:


“Our colleagues at The Alliance for the Advancement of IMH, the Michigan Association for IMH, the University of Michigan, Zero to Thrive and Starfish Family Services collaborated to create a user-friendly resource for anyone who is currently providing relationship-based services via telehealth amidst the COVID-19 crisis.”

Peter Limbrick writes: In the present crisis and when resources are stretched and when children and families live in remote places, there are very great advantages in telehealth. In my view, it is essential to have relationships pre-established with personal contact.

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