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  • Developmental Challenges

    Use these fact sheets to help identify potential developmental challenges in a child and for suggested guidance on addressing this with families. Don’t forget to take the opportunity to educate staff on your policy or how these difficult conversations are to be approached.

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    Share the Facts!

    When a parent asks, “Is my child developing at a normal rate?” be prepared with comprehensive developmental fact sheets from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. These fact sheets cover age-appropriate movement, language, cognitive skills and more!

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    Parenting Tips

    Foster open communication with families by sharing these parenting tip and milestone handouts from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention filled with important information and practical advice.

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    Family Handouts

    Toilet Training

    Families may consider toilet training one of the more difficult developmental milestones for some children. Support a family’s efforts by sharing guidance on timing and readiness, and challenges they may face.

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    Lets Talk Toilet Training

    Teacher's Institute of Learning

    The Atlanta region extends the D2D cohort model to teachers by offering quarterly state-approved trainings this fall. The Teacher’s Institute of Learning (TIL) pilot program is designed for full provider support.

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  • Earn CEUs

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    Brush up on your knowledge of child development, earn CEUs and SAVE by using your special discount on the many professional development offerings available from ProSolutions Training!
  • Watch Me Thrive

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    Birth to 5: Watch Me Thrive is a free online training that discusses best practices and tools for monitoring children and to support conversations with families.
  • Community Group Support

    Our Community Tab supports home-based providers, center directors, the QR process and more! To learn about our new Teacher’s Institute of Learning (TIL), see the feature story at the top of the page.

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