Monthly Archives: September 2023

Potty Training: What Should We Know?

Help Me Grow Long Island helps promote the important developmental milestones in a child’s life such as Potty Training. We’ve compiled some resources to help caregivers know what signs to look for to indicate signs of readiness English Resources Spanish …
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Alan Muraoka to Serve as Master of Ceremonies at Docs for Tots 20th Anniversary Celebration

Docs for Tots is pleased that Sesame Street’s Alan Muraoka (of Hooper’s store) – will join us as Master of Ceremonies at our 20th Anniversary Celebration Alan Muraoka is an Emmy Award winning actor/director/and producer. For 25 years he has …
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Breastfeeding – We’re here to help!

Breastfeeding can be a daunting journey for new and expecting parents. We’ve compiled some resources across Long Island that can provide extra support for parents and babies. For more information, please contact the Help Me Grow Long Island team at …
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Sonia Manzano to be Honored with Lifetime Achievement Award at Docs for Tots 20th Anniversary Celebration

At the Docs for Tots 20th Anniversary celebration in NYC on November 9th, 2023 Docs for Tots will award Sonia Manzano with a Lifetime Achievement Award for her many years focused on causes related to early childhood, addressing issues related …
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August 2023 Newsletter

Check out our newsletter and see what we’re up to! In case you missed it – here is our August Newsletter

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March Newsletter

Did you get a chance to see our recent Newsletter? Check out to see our March Newsletter! . . .
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Calling All Wyandanch Parents!

In collaboration with NYSCHECK we are looking for parent ambassadors (of young children ages 0-5) in the Wyandanch area to join our Photovoice project. . . .
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February Edition

Leap into Spring and check out some exciting articles! In case you missed it, here is our February Newsletter . . .
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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