Baby TALK Research Findings
From peer-reviewed publications to field presentations, Baby TALK's model is gaining popularity and is being notorized in a variety of avenues.
Leow, C. and Hilado, A. (Anticipated, February 2016)
The Baby TALK Newborn Encounter Randomized Control Trial.
Garcia-Arena, P. and Howard, E. (Anticipated, February 2016)
The Baby TALK Home Visiting Efficacy Study.
Hilado, A., Allweiss, S., & Hornstein, J. (Anticipated, June 2016). Defining a Successful Home-Visit using the Baby TALK model with Western and non-Western families.Read more →
Research Reports & Briefs
Hilado, A., Leow, C., & Hornstein, J. (2012). The Baby TALK model: An innovative approach to identifying high-risk children and families.Read more →
Hilado, A. & Leow, C. (2012). Newborn Encounters: A strengths-based approach to identifying newborns and new parents in need of early intervention services.Read more →
Hilado, A., Leow, C., & Hornstein, J. (2011). A Report on Risk Characteristics Among Young Children and Families in the Baby TALK Demonstration Program: 2008-2010, with Select Comparative Local, State, and National Data from 2003-2010.Read more →
Leow, C. & Hilado, A. (2011). Participant data in the Baby TALK Demonstration Program. Fact SheetRead more →
Project Summary Reports
Hilado, A., Leow, C. & Walsh, E. (2013). Baby TALK’s Early Childhood Professional Training Evaluation Pilot: Outcomes and Implications for the Early Childhood Teachers.Read more →
Quigg, C. (2010). Baby TALK: A community builds a trustworthy system to support parents of young child. The Delta Kappa Gamma Bulletin, International Journal for Professional Educators, 76(2), 27-31.Read more →
Quigg, C. (2005). Baby TALK Lapsits: Empowering libraries for early childhood leadership. Illinois Libraries, 85(3), 16-20.Read more →
Gross, K. (1998). Baby TALK: Still growing a decade later. Illinois Libraries, 80 (3), 124-128.Read more →
Quigg, C. & Mandernach, T. (1995). Baby TALK: Language, literature and love for infants. In M. Matthias & B. Gulley (Eds.) Celebrating family literacy through intergenerational programming. Wheaton, MD: Association for Childhood Education International.Read more →