Monthly Archives: April 2019

So You’ve Screened for ACEs… Now What?

by Maggie Wayne, Docs for Tots Health Liaison Docs for Tots has partnered with the Center for Youth Wellness (CYW) to bring together diverse pediatric offices across Long Island and assist them in implementing universal ACEs screening. CYW, national experts on ACEs, …
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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 for Tots’ Well Moms, Well Tots Maternal Depression Program was selected for an Innovative Community Solutions Honorable Mention, presented …
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Join our online ACEs Connection Community today!

What is ACEs Connection? ACEs Connection is a nation-wide online community that brings together professionals, communities, and systems that are all working within the ACEs movement. It is a platform to share information and resources. Docs for Tots is sponsoring …
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Latest News

Learning Collaboratives Prepare Child Care Providers to Offer Developmental and Social Emotional Screens to Children in Their Care

2020 Highlights For the families that use them, child care providers play a major role in children’s lives. A child who attends child care . . .
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Help Me Grow – Long Island 2020 Highlights

2020 in Numbers Expanded Partnerships in 2020 With support from Help Me Grow National, we strengthened our relationship with the Stony Brook Hospital Women, . . .
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Addressing Basic Needs and COVID Challenges

2020 Highlights 2020 has presented challenges for many families with young children worldwide. Docs for Tots has been fortunate to be able to continue . . .
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What happens during the first months and years of life sets either a sturdy or a fragile stage for what follows.

Neurons to Neighborhoods: The Science of Early Childhood Development