Early Childhood Providers

As teachers, learning specialists, child care providers, home visitors and other professionals, early childhood practitioners play an influential role in young children’s lives. Both doctors and early childhood practitioners have a shared goal of making sure young children thrive and succeed. Docs for Tots partners with providers to make connections between doctors and others who interact daily with young children. We provide you with easy-to-use tools and resources to promote good health in early childhood settings. Early childhood providers are professionals who know what children and families need to thrive—Docs for Tots works to guarantee that you have a seat at the early childhood policy table.

Partner with Docs for Tots today.

You can:

  • Be an advocate for health promotion in your venue
  • Work closely with other systems to ensure that families are supported with consistent messages and supports
  • Use your experience and advocacy voice to promote policies that support our youngest children

Latest News

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So You’ve Screened for ACEs… Now What?

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Well Moms, Well Tots Webinar

Check out the webinar featuring Melissa Passarelli, our Director of Programs to learn about our maternal depression screening project. This webinar part of the follow-up after Docs . . .
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Early environments matter and nurturing relationships are essential.

Neurons to Neighborhoods: The Science of Early Childhood Development