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Docs for Tots is Hiring!

November 2020 Docs for Tots is hiring two part-time Early Childhood Mental Health Consultants. Please share with your networks! Organizational Description: Docs for Tots’ mission is to bring together children’s doctors and communities to promote practices, policies and investments in …
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#CountAllKids – It’s not too late to complete your 2020 Census!

The 2020 Census MUST be completed byTHE NEWLY REVISED DEADLINE OF OCTOBER 15th! GET COUNTED TODAY!!!! You no longer have until 10/31 to complete it.  Contact Help Me Grow – Long Island for assistance today! Call: 516-548-8924Email: info@hmgli.org ¡Se habla español!Nou pale …
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Reflections on Racism and Early Childhood

by Dr. Elizabeth Isakson, Executive Director, Docs for Tots Edward Deming once said: “Every system is perfectly designed to get the result it gets.” At Docs for Tots we know that far too often, families and young children struggle to …
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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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Docs for Tots Becomes a Think Babies National Campaign Partner

ZERO TO THREE’s Think Babies campaign is designed to bring national attention to what babies and families need to thrive, including quality, affordable child care; time for parents to bond with their babies; healthy emotional development; and strong physical health …
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The NonProfit Voice! A radio interview with Liz and Melissa

Docs for Tots’ Director of Programs, Melissa Passarelli, and Executive Director, Liz Isakson, spoke to Allison Brecher of The Nonprofit Voice!   Listen to their interview about how Docs for Tots supports screening in pediatric practices, and connects families to resources on …
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Long Island Screenings of the movie Resilience The Biology of Stress and the Science of Hope

Each evening will feature a screening of the film Resilience followed by a panel discussion by experts from across Long Island who are working to address Adverse Childhood Experiences and build resiliency in our communities. Panelists will be announced shortly. The event …
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Docs for Tots 15th Anniversary Celebration

We want to thank our participants, donors, and supporters for making our 15th anniversary celebration a success. Because of donors like you, we are able to advance our vision of a healthy and successful society where all families have the …
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Are We, as Early Childhood Professionals, Asking the Right Questions?

The other day I was asked by a 4-year-old boy: “Have you ever been to prison? My daddy’s been to prison.” Jay and his family live in my neighborhood in Brooklyn. Around the time Jay’s 2-year-old brother was born, his …
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Docs for Tots, Together with Child Care Council of Nassau and The Adelphi Parenting Institute Launch Nassau Thrives!

www.nassauthrives.org Child Care Council of Nassau, the Adelphi University Institute for Parenting, and Docs For Tots are partnering to bring the services of NASSAU THRIVES to the early education community of Nassau County. NASSAU THRIVES offers assistance to early care …
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Docs for Tots is Hiring!

November 2020 Docs for Tots is hiring two part-time Early Childhood Mental Health Consultants. Please share with your networks! Organizational Description: Docs for Tots’ . . .
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Docs for Tots is Hiring!

Docs for Tots is hiring! Share with your networks! November 2020 Position has been filled. Thanks for your interest! . . .
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Some Districts Introduce Online Registration Amidst the Pandemic

by Rose Marie Paul, HMG-LI Family Resource Specialist To meet safety guidelines due to the current pandemic, more and more school districts on Long . . .
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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