Parenting For Brain is a publication that provides parents and caregivers with science-based parenting information and parenting advice.
Parenting For Brain is an independent parenting information and news publication. It is devoted to empowering parents with science-based and evidence-based parenting advice that is easy to understand.
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At Parenting For Brain, we use evidence-based empirical research and neuroscience studies to help parents promote their children’s brain development to reach the best possible outcomes.
Our mission is to help parents raise a new generation of children who are healthy, happy, successful, and well-adjusted without relying solely on anecdotes, opinions, or doctrine.
Many people have strong opinions about parenting, mainly because of their personal experience or beliefs.
As parents, we all want the best for our children, but it is sometimes difficult to find accurate information and therefore, we rely on wisdom handed down through generations.
While some traditional parenting beliefs are right on, a lot has been debunked by science.
Scientists and psychologists now know a great deal more about child development than ever before. With the help of the latest research, we can understand the nuts and bolts of the best parenting practices.
We can now confidently choose parenting strategies that have been proven to be good for our children, both on the inside (mental health) as well as the outside (physical health).
Using science in parenting is not about achieving perfection. It’s about gathering as much accurate information as possible before making decisions and tradeoffs based on our own circumstances.
Learning never stops in life or in parenting.
An open mind allows us to learn and grow every day.
Pamela Li, MS, MBA
Founder & Editor-in-Chief
Pamela is the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of the online publication Parenting For Brain. She received her education from Harvard University (MBA), Stanford University (MS), and McGill University (BEng, Honours).
Amy Webb, Ph.D.
Amy is a parenting writer who is passionate about bringing child development research into the lives of parents so they can use it to inform their decision-making.
Aditi Subramaniam, Ph.D.
Aditi is a neuroscience Ph.D. turned science writer. Distilling complex science topics into ideas that everyone can understand is something she is deeply passionate about.