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Helpful Links

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Resources for Infant Educarers (RIE) is the home of Magda Gerber's groundbreaking approach. This is the hub for resources, history, products, current activity, and new research in the philosophy that guides my work, and the work of thousands around the world. 


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Twin Cities photographer Meredith Westin celebrates your unique story, journey, and family through her incredible images that capture the raw intimacy of pregnancy, birth, and the postpartum experience.


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Browse the Mayo Clinic website for the most comprehensive and up-to-date information on current science related to your child's development and well-being. They provide guidance on everything from breastfeeding twins, to choosing your baby's sunscreen, to best practices regarding speech delays. 


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The Infant Risk Center is the online portal for the world’s leading research on medication safety during pregnancy and lactation, run by Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center. They also have an expert hotline open 5 days a week for your urgent questions: 1 (806) 352-2519.

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Influenced my Magda Gerber's Educaring Approach, The Friends of RIE Minnesota (FORM) network is a growing community of parents, educators, directors, mental health, and holistic health care workers who gather monthly to inspire, support and engage in topics relating to early childhood education and parenting.


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The Sown Seed offers doula services for pregnancy, birth, and early parenting in the Twin Cities. Owner Gina Dolski’s Educaring®-inspired approach brings respect and trust to every moment she shares with parents and newborns.


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The Center for the Developing Child at Harvard University is building an R&D platform for science-based innovation, and transforming the policy and practice landscape that supports and demands change so that all children and families reach their full potential.