Learn the Signs, Act Early


Promoting child development across New York during the pandemic

Report released by Docs for Tots and the Schuyler Center The NY Acts project, a Centers for Disease Control (CDC)-funded project led by Docs for Tots, worked to increase the capacity to coordinate statewide efforts around developmental promotion and early …
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Apps and Activities to do at Home

last updated August 2020 Docs for Tots has compiled these virtual resources for children and parents. fun activities to promote development apps for parents to track development and milestones access to online classes and activities for children and parents Learn …
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Learn The Signs, Act Early Program Ambassador

2019 Highlights Docs for Tots’ Director of Programs, Melissa Passarelli, was named 2019 CDC Act Early Ambassador for New York State. Learn the Signs, Act Early (LTSAE) is a research-based early childhood public health campaign from the Centers for Disease …
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ASAPP- Advancing Support for Assistant Providers Pilot

We are excited to share that we have been awarded a two-year Quality in NYC FamilyChildcare Programs grant from the Robin Hood Foundation. On June . . .
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May 2024 Newsletter

Check it out: ASD Guidelines, UBI Research, and Bilingual Babies! Don’t miss out on our May Newsletter . . .
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We’re Hiring- ASAPP Program Coordinator

Docs for Tots is seeking a dedicated Program Coordinator to join our team. Please review the detailed job description below for comprehensive information about . . .
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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