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Virtual Event Calendar

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ZERO TO THREE virtual events, developed and presented by our expert staff and affiliates get you up to date on the latest research and critical information that is invaluable to the important work you do in the field.

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Summer Book Club: Focusing on Relationships - an Effort That Pays: Parent-Child Relationship Competencies-Based Assessment, Treatment Planning, Documentation, and Billing

Presented by Dr. Maria St. John Tuesday, August 20, 2019 at 1 p.m.

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Member Exclusive: Join us for our members-only Summer Book Club session with Dr. Maria Seymour St. John, as we discuss her new publication with the ZERO TO THREE Press “Focusing on Relationships - an Effort That Pays: Parent-Child Relationship Competencies-Based Assessment, Treatment Planning, Documentation, and Billing”. The book will be available for purchase on July 31st in the ZERO TO THREE Bookstore!

Coming Soon

A Grand Plan: Results from a National ZERO TO THREE Survey of Grandparents Who Provide Child Care

Presented Rebecca Parlakian and Kathy Kinsner Tuesday September 10, 2019 at 2 p.m.

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Almost 1 in 4 children under the age of five is cared for on a regular basis by a grandparent. In 2019, ZERO TO THREE conducted the first-ever national survey of grandparents who provide child care. We found grandparents love this connection to their families, but also face challenges in navigating the process of sharing the care. At the community level, grandparents fill the gap when child care is too costly or unavailable. Learn about the challenges they face, the benefits they experience, and ways you can support this “invisible” workforce.