Excellent graphic representation of the roots of early childhood experiences across the life course. Attached is a printable version. Copied below is one of several images from the document.
"This biodevelopmental framework highlights the shared early childhood roots of lifelong outcomes in learning, behavior, and both
physical and mental health. An integrated approach to addressing disparities in those outcomes offers a promising opportunity to
devise interventions that attack societal problems at their source. We know more now than ever before about how young children learn
and develop and how to promote competencies in a variety of domains. These rapidly growing scientific frontiers offer unprecedented
opportunities to catalyze a new era in early childhood policy and practice that is guided by science and driven by leadership that combines
a strong sense of civic responsibility, an informed understanding of the positive returns that can be generated by wise investment, and a
willingness to explore new ideas."