North Texas Giving Day 2015 Fall Forum Juega Conmigo Introduces New Enrollment Model Infant Development Program Questions About Your Child? Center for Children and Families Advisory Council

North Texas Giving Day

Support the Center for Children and Families on North Texas Giving Day, and your donation will receive a 2:1 match...

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2015 Fall Forum

Join us on September 25th to learn about and discuss the impact of two-generation programs to more fully address the needs of parents and children simultaneously...

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Juega Conmigo Introduces New Enrollment Model

In an effort to more fully impact children and families over the long-term, Juega Conmigo is transforming from a drop-in format to a 12-week enrollment model...

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Infant Development Program

Our Infant Development Program offers comprehensive developmental screenings for free in both English and Spanish to children ages 0-5...

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Questions About Your Child?

Our Resource and Referral Program offers free consultations and referrals for families, educators and professionals.

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Center for Children and Families Advisory Council

The CCF Advisory Council supports the operations and outreach programs of the Center...

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News

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  • Dr. Bert Moore Steps Down as BBS Dean

    Dr. Bert Moore Steps Down as BBS Dean

    The Center for Children and Families thanks Dr. Bert Moore for his dedicated leadership as dean of the School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences for 26 years. His commitment to the mission of CCF to promote optimal family and child development is unwavering...

  • CCF Program Manager Featured for her Work with Children and Families

    CCF Program Manager Featured for her Work with Children and Families

    Infant Development Program Manager Cecilia Lazcano's immigrant experience has helped guide her path to her work with at-risk children and families, providing developmental assessments for young children and guidance for parents...

  • CCF Faculty Affiliate Helps Develop Robot to Assist Children with Autism

    CCF Faculty Affiliate Helps Develop Robot to Assist Children with Autism

    Pamela Rollins, Associate Professor in the School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences and CCF Faculty Affiliate, is working to develop a robot to assist autistic children with social interactions...

  • CCF Selected as Vroom Pilot Partner

    CCF Selected as Vroom Pilot Partner

    The Center for Children and Families is excited to partner with Vroom to support everyday brain-building moments. Vroom uses free tools and activities to help parents use everyday moments to encourage their child's brain development from the earliest age...

Research

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  • Research of Center Affiliates

  • The Family Research Lab

    The Family Research Lab is currently recruiting parents of 5- to 8-year-old children to participate in a study of daily stress and conflict.

  • The Healthy Development Project

    Researchers in the Healthy Development Project need the help of parents with children between the ages of 1-year and 8-years-old to participate in one of several exciting research projects.