The first 1000 days is the period from conception, through pregnancy, until the end of a child’s second year.
It’s a period of rapid development when a baby’s brain, body and immune system grow.
What happens in the first 1000 days impacts a child’s wellbeing and development now and for their lifetime.
Help raise awareness of the importance of the first 1000 days by sharing these resources with your community.
For information and tips visit First 1,000 Days | Little Tasmanian
If you would like hard copies of any of these resources, bumper stickers or to have someone from B4 come and visit your service or community to talk about the first 1000 days please contact B4 Support team on 03 616 5666 or B4@decyp.tas.gov.au
Printable A3 poster with
A great way to start a conversation about the first 1000 days is using the photo from the screen or poster as a talking point. The table below provides some ideas of how you might use the photo to have a quick or a longer chat about the first 1000 days.
DL brochure detailing what the first 1000 days is, when it happens and key facts to give your baby the best start.
Help raise awareness of the first 1000 days by downloading this screen saver.
Social Media Tiles
Eight social media tiles available below for you to cut and paste onto your Facebook or other social media sites to help raise awareness of the importance of the first 1000 days. #first1000days