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Do Little to Help Moderate Infant Skull Flattening, Study Finds
Reproducible Language and Early Literacy Activities
MI Parents: Free Services Help Children Succeed in Childcare
Are you a parent or child care provider looking for help with a difficult child between the ages of 0 to 5 or in need of resources to best handle tantrums, aggression, biting, or possible developmental delays? The Care Connections program offers free services designed to help young children succeed in any child care setting. To find out more please call Ms. Lynnell Morrison at (313) 531-2500 ext. 2125.
Signs of Autism Spectrum Disorders
Report: Proven Benefits of Early Childhood Intervention
Recently released research identifies the most effective practices and features of early intervention programs, based on a literature review and analysis. The study focused on diverse programs throughout the country that offered parent education and support, including home visits, center-based visits, or a combination. Information is available in three forms: The 200+ page report is available for purchase, a 3-page research brief is available at no charge in PDF, along with a 20-page summary, also free in PDF.
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