Fussy Baby Network featured in ABC News story
Erikson’s Fussy Baby Network was featured in an ABC News story about new research that shows infants with persistent crying issues are more likely to develop behavioral problems as children.
The Fussy Baby Network supports parents who are struggling to care for a baby who is fussy, crying excessively, or has difficulties with sleeping or feeding. Its staff includes infant mental health specialists, occupational therapists, and licensed clinical social workers who listen and work with parents to find the most effective ways to care for their children.
Parents nationwide can call the Fussy Baby warmline at 1.888.431.BABY (2229). Parents in the Chicago metropolitan area can request a home visit. Outside of Chicago, please contact members of our national network for home visits or other services.