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#2. Last to take the first step?

The significance of the first 1,000 days of life, the gaps that are found even between 2-year-olds, and what parents can do to encourage optimal development of their children. With Rotem Azar Eliyahu, director of Rashi’s early childhood programs. (in Hebrew)


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