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This document includes key steps for creating successful partnerships.

This document provides information and specific examples of how States and Territories can combine quality initiatives and programs to support high-quality infant toddler care.

The Infant Toddler Consultant Self-Assessment Tool (Self-Assessment Tool) is designed for consultants from all disciplines (health, mental health, education, social services, etc.) who work in any setting that provides services to infants, toddlers, and their families, or who provide support to...

This document contains a list of links to State emergency preparedness and response guides, as well as links to state and national trainings on emergency preparedness and response topics.

This self-assessment tool can help leaders examine current practices and consider how best to promote continuity of care in their State/Territory. Areas to examine include subsidy policies, licensing regulations, quality rating and improvement systems, and professional development.

This document provides contact information and links to the Emergency Management Agency in States and Territories across the United States.

A primary goal of the Office of Child Care is to help early childhood programs support children's healthy growth and development. This goal becomes especially important in the event of a major disaster or emergency, as children are among our most vulnerable populations.

The Guide to Effective Consultation is a collaborative effort of ACF  Region I Workgroups composed of representatives from all six New England States, national technical assistance providers and staff from the Region I Office of Child Care and Office of Head Start.

This document is a transcript of a webinar highlighting a collaborative effort by Region I States to share information on interdisciplinary consultation as a strategy to improve quality in infant and toddler child care settings.

Relationships: The Heart of Development and Learning is one of three infant/toddler modules created to support consultants working in child care settings, especially consultants who have not had education or training specific to infants and toddlers in group care.

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