EXCELLENCE IN EARLY CARE AND EDUCATION
WITH EQUAL ACCESS FOR ALL FAMILIES
New York State Infant and Toddlers Resource Centers
Most of New York’s children will spend some of their formative years in child care outside the home. The quality of that care will help shape the rest of their lives. Study after study proves that those who receive high-quality child care are more likely to succeed, starting in kindergarten and continuing through adulthood. The foundation for this success must be laid early on, when children are infants and toddlers.
Established in 2002 with funding from the New York State Office of Children and Families Services, seven Regional Infant Toddler Technical Assistance Centers across New York State, located within host CCR&Rs and staffed by Infant and Toddler Specialists, are a valuable resource for parents and child care providers. Centers provide:
Our Infant Toddler Project reaches out to communities, child care providers, and families to promote safe, nurturing environments for the youngest New Yorkers. It emphasizes the high-quality early care that’s essential to a child's long-term social, emotional, and intellectual development. That, in turn, has a positive ripple effect on schools, businesses, and communities across New York State.
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