You Have What it Takes! Advocacy Tool
Use this tool to identify the skills that make you a great advocate, and then guide you in turning those skills into action.
Infants and toddlers don’t have a voice in the public policy process, but you do! You can be an effective advocate for very young children and their families, and you already have the skills to do it. In fact, your abilities, knowledge, and experience give you the foundation to be an excellent advocate.
You already have everything you need to be an advocate for very young children. Use this form to Become a Big Voice for Little Kids™!
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Use this advocacy tool to help plan and implement a site visit with your local, state and federal policymakers.
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