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Responsive Services to Meet Diverse Needs


Volume 43 No 4

This issue of the ZERO TO THREE Journal is an opportunity to hear from the
early childhood community about cutting-edge interventions, recent training initiatives, new family-centered guidelines, and innovative organizational

Table of Contents

Pg 5-Exceptional Care for Diverse Populations 
Melissa Buchholz, Bethany Ashby, Amy Ehmer, Verenea Serrano, Jessica Kenny, Emily Fried, Erica Gleason, Charmayne Sandoval, and Jennifer Yuen
Free Access Article

Pg 13-University of Minnesota’s Birth to Three Clinic: Comprehensive Assessment and Diagnosis Across Diverse Settings
Quannah Parker-McGowan, Becky Carr, Matthew Mahoney, Claire Dahl, Nora Erickson, and Maria Kroupina

Pg 21-PERSPECTIVES: Breaking New Ground Massachusetts’ Efforts to Build Diversity-Informed, Reflective, and Relational Infant and Early Childhood Systems
Aditi Subramaniam and Andrea Goncalves Oliveira

Pg 27-Creating Responsive Educational Avenues for Training Environments in Early Childhood (CREATE EC)
Lois Vermilya, Richard Julian (RJ) Martinez III, Krystal Chavarria-Gonzàlez, and Cathy Huaqing Qi

Pg 38-Equity and Early Math Experiences: Equity-Based Instructional Practices in an Early Math Curriculum for Toddlers and Preschoolers
Rebecca Parlakian

Pg 46-PERSPECTIVES: Reflections From the Field: the Role of Occupational Therapy after Perinatal Loss
Asha Rao, Kiley Hanish, Mary A. Khetani, and Heidi Fischer

Pg 50-The Relationship Between Reflective Supervision/Consultation and Reduced Burnout Among Early Education Professionals
Thomas W. Pavkov and Lee Wells

Pg 58-PRACTICAL TIPS AND TOOLS: Managing Challenging Behaviors with Love
Rebecca Parlakian, Claire Lerner, Kathy Kinsner, and Maria Gehl
Free Access Article

Also in This Issue


Each issue of the ZERO TO THREE Journal focuses on a critical topic within the early childhood development field. Journal articles are carefully composed to present current knowledge, latest research, and practical advice to help early childhood professionals do their best work in support of infants and toddlers.