Mobile Engagement Program Designed to Improve Maternal and Early Child Health and Literacy Outcomes Launches in Florida, Mississippi and New York

Asbury Park, NJ, April 25, 2019 --( GoMo Health, a leading population health management company, announces the launch of EduCare, an interactive program designed to promote early childhood literacy, learning, health, and wellness for families, caregivers and children ages 0-8 years old. EduCare is a market-ready program with content developed by expert health care providers, educators, and behavioral scientists.

Brain development through literacy is the most powerful tool in defining a child’s future success in school and life, and literacy development begins in the earliest months of a baby’s life, preparing them for a formal educational environment. EduCare is available to moms and caregivers, delivering age-appropriate content and activities that coincide with baby’s birth date. Content includes health and literacy resources correlated to key growth and development milestones that guide them through early childhood development.

Three initial EduCare programs, targeting moms and caregivers in their respective states, are launching in February through May 2019, with additional locations to follow:

Tallahatchie River Foundation (Mississippi)
Florida Grade-Level Reading Campaign (Florida)
Cayuga Birthplace and Family Reading Partnership (New York)

EduCare uses the GoMo Health proprietary science, BehavioralRx®, The Science of Precision Health, to build the program and determine the engagement strategy, approach and content delivered. Messages contain personalized information and resources pertaining to literacy, learning, brain development, health, and child-rearing best practices. The scientific methods and algorithms behind BehavioralRx have produced significant evidence-based improvements worldwide related to maternal and child activation measures, reporting higher outcomes for medically and behaviorally challenged family members.

“We are incredibly excited to launch the EduCare program in conjunction with these innovative leaders. Their commitment and understanding of the importance and impact of early childhood development is evident through their implementation of this lifestyle engagement program consistent with the needs of today’s parents and caregivers. In providing EduCare, they have raised the bar for childhood education on a national level,” says Bob Gold, Chief Behavioral Technologist and Founder of GoMo Health.

Learn more about EduCare at
GoMo Health
Shelley Schoenfeld