Following an in-person training by Betsy and Brenda in February, 2020, University Health NICU in San Antonio, Texas began offering Goslings as an early language & literacy program in their NICU. Check out their video here.
In 2020, the University of Maryland Medical center received a grant from the Network of the National Library of Medicine which enabled Dr. Betsy Diamant-Cohen and Dr. Brenda Hussey-Gardner to update the Goslings materials.
What’s Good for the Gosling: The goslings program teaches parents how to engage their medically fragile babies in early language activities, Children’s Hospitals Today, June 2018. https://mgol.net/wp-content/
Measuring the Early Moments, UMBC Magazine, May 2018. https://mgol.net/wp-content/
Baby Talk: Goslings program teaches how to communicate with your baby in the NICU and at home, Cool Progeny, January 2018. https://coolprogeny.com/2018/
University of Maryland Children’s Hospital give parents tools to interact, bond with babies in intensive care, Baltimore Sun, January 2018. https://www.baltimoresun.com/health/bs-hs-mother-goose-goslings-20171215-story.html
University of Maryland Children’s Hospital Partners With Port Discovery Children’s Museum on Reading Program for NICU Infants, University of Maryland Children’s Hospital, June 2016. https://bit.ly/3q4w9bq
New Program Designed for Tiniest, Sickest Babies: Goslings, WBAL-TV, Baltimore, MD, June 2016.