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Docs for Tots’ Network for Health Care Professionals

Children’s doctors are uniquely poised to implement practices and influence policies that promote children’s healthy development. By joining our network of health care professionals, you will become part of a growing movement of doctors who are promoting lifelong health and defending and protecting children in the most critical years of life. Joining the network is simple. Just complete the form to become a part of the Docs for Tots network. You will begin receiving resources, tools, and opportunities to get involved with Docs for Tots. You can be as active in the Docs for Tots network as you choose. Your information is never shared without your permission and the rewards are instant and lasting.

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Sign a prescription today and commit to putting the health of our youngest children first!

When you sign a prescription below, you will get a filled out prescription that you can print or share on social media. Printing and posting it in your office tells patients and colleagues of your commitment. Sharing online tells your colleagues, fellow advocates and policy makers that you signed and joined a growing network of doctors committed to promoting lifelong health.

So sign a prescription today and don’t forget to share the link to engage your networks to sign on as well. We will be spreading the word that doctors know that these are critical strategies to promote healthy development.

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Investing in quality early learning programs is the most efficient way to affect school and life success and to reduce social expenditures later.

James Heckman, economist, Nobel laureate