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T. Berry Brazelton, pediatrician who soothed generations of parents, dies at 99

 t’s with a heavy heart that we have found out that our beloved board member, T. Berry Brazelton, has passed away at the age of 99.We will remember him for all of his incredible accomplishments in both the Early Childhood Education and Healthcare realm, and his legacy will live on forever.

Past Articles:

Success Story: Increasing Services to the Homeless- 1/11/2018

Trends, developments on the Cape business scene in 2017- 12/31/2017

Working families struggle to pay for child care- 12/13/2017

Christmas Trees and All the Trimmings-12/10/2017

Cape Cod Child Development acquires basketball program-11/14/17

Children’s Museum merges with Cape Cod Child Development- 10/23/2017

Merging Non-profits is a Journey of Endurance-9/19/2017

 One-on-One reading program seeks volunteers to build literacy, Relationships-9/11/2017

Cape Air Grant Bring 200 Kids to Hertiage Museum and Garden-8/15/2017

Head Start, more preschool options available this fall-The Inquirer and Mirror 8/3/2017

The Just-In-Time Cafe Podcast – Episode 12: The Joy of Lean (featuring Cape Cod Child Development)

Cape Cod Times, Cape Cod Child Development Offers Tree to Local Families- 12/11/2016

Cape Cod Times, Hyannis forum focuses on lifelong effects of poverty~10/29/2016

Cape Cod Magazine, Change Makers~3/3/2016

Barnstable Patriot – New CEO at Cape Cod Child Development ~ 3/27/2015

Cape Cod Times ~ From Mr. Rogers to Fred’s Neighborhood ~ 3/20/2014

Cape Cod Times ~ Parents, businesses make room for snow days ~ 2/6/2014

Cape Cod Times ~ Barnstable schools get early jump on bad behavior ~ 1/21/2014

Cape Cod Times ~ Gonsalves: A fighting chance for Head Start ~ 9/17/2013

Cape Cod Times ~ False start; Cuts in Head Start will penalize low income children ~ 9/14/2013

Cape Cod Times 9/3/2013

Cape Cod Times ~ Gonsalves: We’d better smarten up ~ 6/2/2013

Cape Cod Times Opinion ~ Do long lines at airports matter more than children? ~ 5/20/2013

Wicked Local article 4/18/2013