Docs for Tots, Together with Child Care Council of Nassau and The Adelphi Parenting Institute Launch Nassau Thrives!

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Child Care Council of Nassau, the Adelphi University Institute for Parenting, and Docs For Tots are partnering to bring the services of NASSAU THRIVES to the early education community of Nassau County.

NASSAU THRIVES offers assistance to early care and education settings impacted by SuperStorm Sandy at no cost.

The activities and resources provided will help child care setting and the families they work with continue to recover and thrive.

NASSAU THRIVES is offering:

NASSAU THRIVES Talks

Child Care program directors, staff, and parents have the opportunity to attend educational discussions about disaster response, preparedness, and social emotional development.

Our Support Line

The Child Care Council of Nassau has a phone line available during regular business hours. Child care staff or families can call this line regarding questions about social emotional health and behavioral challenges. Call 516-358-9250 x35 or email info@nassauthrives.org

The “I’m Here For You Now” program

The “I’m Here For You Now” program welcomes trained Early Childhood Mental Health Consultants into your classroom to implement the program, which is designed to build upon natural resilience.

Early Childhood Consultation Partnership

ECCP® can help child care develop strategies for working with children with challenging behaviors, social emotional concerns, supporting families, supporting staff, and enriching the overall social emotional environment for children.

Learn more about these programs by visiting: www.nassauthrives.org

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