Infant and Toddler Development and Care

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This resource highlights the approaches states and territories use to operate statewide networks of Infant/Toddler Specialists. This compendium of state profiles is intended to share details regarding the functions, approaches, and promising practices of such networks.

This infographic explores the concept of compassion fatigue and offers child care professionals coping strategies and supports.

This infographic explores the concept of secondary traumatic stress and offers child care professionals coping strategies and supports.

This infographic depicts what caregivers can do to support the mental health of babies and toddlers by helping them experience, manage, and express emotions.  ...

This infographic depicts what caregivers can do to support the mental health of babies and toddlers by helping them explore their environments and learn.

Caregiver-child relationships, and the moment-to-moment interactions that make up these relationships, are the foundation of infants’ and toddlers’ learning. It is important to remember that materials enhance, and do not replace, the interactions between infants and toddlers and adults.

Una señal de relaciones respetuosas y receptivas es que los niños y los cuidadores tienen una variedad de interacciones significativas durante el tiempo que pasan juntos. Este resumen analiza las formas de participar en interacciones significativas con los bebés y niños pequeños a su cargo.

This series provides rationale and guidance for implementing relationship-based care in family child care homes and child care centers that serve infants, toddlers, and their families. The content is based on the understanding that relationships are essential for healthy development.

This series provides rationale and guidance for implementing trauma-responsive care in child care settings that serve infants, toddlers, and their families. It is based on the following understanding of trauma: