|ZERO TO THREE: National Center for Infants, Toddlers and Families is a nonprofit multidisciplinary organization dedicated to advancing the healthy development of infants and young children and increasing public awareness about the importance of child development during the first three years of life. ZERO TO THREE uses a variety of methods (journal, website, training) to provide information regarding child development and to promote best practice in the field.
This easy to navigate website offers current, relevant information to both parents and professionals, giving each audience its own navigation bar and links to helpful resources. One useful link takes you to the Policy Center, which has information regarding federal issues that affect infants and toddlers, as well as descriptions of state and community project and partnerships. A contact person for ZERO TO THREE is easy to reach via an email link.
The Parents? Navigation Bar links to:
?Frequently Asked Questions
?Magic of Everyday Moments
?New Visions: A Parent?s Guide to Understanding the Developmental Assessment
?Music?s Influence on Young Children?s Development
The Professionals? Navigation Bar accesses topics including:
?Training and Consultation
?Public Policy Initiatives
?Conferences and Journals
?Nation Parents Poll entitled ?What Grown-Ups Understand About Child Development: A National Benchmark Study?
There is also a new interactive feature available for professionals called ?Dialogue with your Colleagues?, which offers the opportunity to communicate with others working on behalf of infants, toddlers and their families. General Dialogues include the General Forum, the Child Care Forum, the Health Care Forum, and the Early Intervention Forum.
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