Join Us for the 5th Annual Forum on Children and Families Juega Conmigo Expansions Infant Development Program Questions About Your Child? Center for Children and Families Advisory Council Stories of Impact

Join Us for the 5th Annual Forum on Children and Families

Featuring Dr. Robert Pianta from The University of Virginia...

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Juega Conmigo Expansions

Juega Conmigo has expanded beyond Bachman Lake and is now also offered in Vickery Meadow, Pleasant Grove and most recently, Plano!

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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 convened in January 2014...

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Stories of Impact

Everyday, we get feedback about the impact our programs are having on the lives of those in our community. We offer those stories here...

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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.

  • SPectral Resolution in Infant TEsting (SPRITE) Research Group

    The SPectral Resolution in Infant TEsting (SPRITE) research group at the University of Texas at Dallas is interested in learning how babies learn to tell the difference between two different sounds.

  • 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.

  • Children with Language Difficulties

    Drs. Diane Ogiela and Mandy Maguire of the Developmental Neurolinguistics lab at Callier Dallas are currently conducting a set of studies aimed at better understanding how children with language difficulties process language at the neurological level.