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Noteworthy Newsletter: Supporting Resilience Among Families
of Young Children  

Noteworthy newsletter

Noteworthy is a newsletter produced by The Boggs Center and SPAN Parent Advocacy Network as a part of a Learn the Signs. Act Early Response to COVID-19 grant-funded initiative of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Association of University Centers on Disabilities (AUCD).

The goal of the project is to bolster the 4 steps of early identification of developmental delays and disabilities:
• parent-engaged developmental monitoring;
• developmental and autism screening
• referral; and
• receipt of early intervention services for children birth to 5, across early childhood systems.

Additionally, the project aims to advance to improve resiliency among families with young children during COVID-19 response and mitigation efforts.

Each Noteworthy newsletter highlights an Act Early resource, shares an important health tip, suggests activities to support resilience among children and parents, and features a book, recommended by the NJ Reach Out and Read Program, that parents and children can read together.

 

Issues:

 

Noteworthy newsletter - February 2022 (PDF)

Noteworthy newsletter - June 2021 (PDF)

Noteworthy newsletter - February 2021 (PDF)

Noteworthy newsletter - November 2020 (PDF)

 

 

 

 

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