Introducing CWA

Child’s World America is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to raising awareness and to being a force for positive change for America’s children.

The thousands of committed individuals and organizations helping children need their own community. We must learn, collaborate, share, and work together to make a difference.

From Our Founder
Join Us, You're Needed!

Are you a physician, educator, social worker, coach, researcher, academic or in some other way, working with or for children?

Please join us as we grow our community to help promote the well-being of children in America.

Membership is free, and together we can move the needle of progress.

cwpres-logo-hdmdChild’s World PRESENTS is a producer of educational and entertaining events surrounding the issues of well-being of America’s children. The events are designed to bring together members of the public and foster a growing sense of community around the needs of children. Topically-relevant film screenings, notable speakers, roundtable discussions of current issues, symposia and conferences offer venues for the gathering of folks with common interests in children. Learn more   View Event Calendar

CW News TileChild’s World NEWS is the official news outlet for Child’s World America that features original content by and for those who care about childhood issues and the well-being of children in America. Physicians – Educators – Academics – Nonprofit Practitioners – Researchers – Athletic Coaches – Librarians – Policy Makers and more. Initially produced as a blog, it highlights: Opinions, Editorials, Professional Profiles, Organizational Profiles and Featured Columnists. Learn more



Mom, You’re Not So Good at Danish Yet

Our family is about to celebrate the two-year anniversary of our arrival in Denmark, known to the expat community here as a “Danniversary.” So here we are, two years into this Danish adventure, and I’m ... Read More

Autism Risk Linked to Women With Herpes During Pregnancy

A new study published in MSphere, the journal of the American Society for Microbiology, found that women who suffered from an active genital herpes infection during pregnancy were twice as likely as those without the ... Read More

The State Law Gauntlet Facing Child Sex Abuse Survivors: A Long Way to Go to Child-Centered Justice

Herculean efforts across the United States have been undertaken to eliminate the threshold legal barrier for most sex abuse victims: the statute of limitations. Some states have been very successful like Delaware and Minnesota while ... Read More

Children’s Bill of Rights Fight in California Holds Significance for Nation

A Children’s Bill of Rights measure is slowly weaving its way into the California legislature, sparking heated discussions between those who see it as a crucial safety net for neglected, abused, and poverty-stricken youths and ... Read More

Eight Guidelines for Parents of Dyslexic Children

Dyslexia is frequently called a hidden disability. Although many, including me, would challenge using the word “disability,” the word “hidden” rings true. Dyslexia can be invisible to someone who does not know what symptoms to ... Read More

Play With Me

In January 2015, I moved to a small town in rural Denmark with my husband and two young sons. Only two weeks before, we’d moved from Somerville, Massachusetts, out of the only home our kids ... Read More