PSYCH  Vol.6 No.7 , June 2015
The Role of the Project “Our Children: Windows of Opportunities” in Early Childhood Health Promotion
ABSTRACT
This article intends to show that programs that intervene in early childhood promoting health and the development of the children improve many aspects of life, such as health, social, psychological, emotional, intelectual and cognition aspects. The project—Our Children: Windows of Opportunities—is an example of a program in Brazil that has the potential to intervene in families from the pregnancy and during the early childhood, strengthening the family potentials and assets so that the families can overcome their needs.

Cite this paper
Castro, D. , Chiesa, A. , Fracolli, L. & Ávila, L. (2015). The Role of the Project “Our Children: Windows of Opportunities” in Early Childhood Health Promotion. Psychology, 6, 880-884. doi: 10.4236/psych.2015.67086.
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