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  • Family Communication Tools

    With each stage of a child’s development come new challenges. Use the family communication tools to start a dialogue with families about their child’s health and development, including hand hygiene, oral health, preventing childhood obesity, sleep schedules and toilet training.

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    Toilet Training Parent Handouts

    Toilet training can be a challenging part of a child’s growth. Be a support system for parents as they work with their child to accomplish this important milestone. Share resources on toilet training that cover everything from timing to training pants and common issues.

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    Daily Reports

    Keep families informed with the daily report templates. These easy-to-use tools pass along important information to families about what happened throughout their child’s day, including nap times, toileting habits and meals. Just download, customize and print to get started!

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    Emerging Health Concerns

    Learn what you need to know about emerging health concerns including asthma, endocrine disruption, Lyme disease and Zika virus. Resources include important fact sheets, tips for prevention and steps you can take now to avoid future risk to children’s health.

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  • Save on AAP Guides

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    Support health and safety efforts with this 20% savings on two award-winning quick reference guides from the American Academy of Pediatrics filled with in-the-moment tools, templates and more.
  • Child Care Safety

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    Take a look at our Child Care Safety Pinterest board for important links to child care tips, new safety products and helpful information in case of an emergency.
  • New York ECAC

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    The ECAC was established in 2009 to provide advice to the Governor on issues related to the development of a comprehensive system of supports and services for young children and their families.

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