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Vol 39 No 2 – Improving Quality in Services for Infants, Toddlers, and Families

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The continuous improvement in the quality of services for infants, toddlers, and their families is a priority and demands attention to unique needs of this population. The articles in this issue of the Journal explore a variety of elements that improve services for young children and families.


The authors explore: a framework for communication to form and sustain strong partnerships between caregivers and families in Early Intervention; how daily caregiving practices can be transformed from a rushed routine to an opportunity to enhance child well-being and involvement; how to effectively deliver trauma-informed intervention in community-based settings; considerations of the use of media by very young children; and the power of professional partnerships across different service sectors.

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ZERO TO THREE Journal: Vol 39 no 2


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