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I Can’t Do This Alone! Advancing Shared Competencies and Outcomes Across Early Childhood Disciplines
Presented by Sarah LeMoine ,Senior Director, ZERO TO THREE; Christina Nigrelli Senior Director, ZERO TO THREE; Peggy Kemp Executive Director, DEC; and Mary Beth BruderProject Director, ECPC
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You have a vision – for all children to be happy, healthy, thriving, and successful. You’re committed to doing all you can to bring that vision into being. Responsive, high-quality, and effective services for expectant parents, infants, young children, and their families require careful planning, coordination, and collaboration among professionals. We have a shared vision! Coordination and collaboration across the early childhood system results in: improved retention of families in programs; improved referral rates among and between services; improved outcomes for children and families; and improved satisfaction and retention of staff. Even in the best of times, we can’t do this alone!
Tune in to explore insights and strategies for developing and sustaining a more integrated and coordinated approach to supporting children, their families and other professionals through shared competencies and outcomes across early childhood disciplines.
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