The Educator and Parent's Transition Guide to a New Normal After COVID-19 was created by the Region 6 Infant Toddler Resource Network in response to a disruptive, even traumatic time, unlike any other. The guide offers support for parents and educators, tips for working with young children, and a list of resources. Click here!
The Infant/Toddler Technical Assistance Network, funded by the New York State Office of Children and Family Services, is an initiative aimed at supporting high quality infant and toddler care. The Network offers support to programs serving infants and toddlers.
The Infant/toddler Specialist can offer the following ongoing services for FREE in Rockland County:
- Phone and in-Person Support on a Variety of Issues:
- Age Appropriate Behavior Management Techniques
- Responsive Caregiving
- Understanding the New York State Child Care Regulations
- Developmentally Appropriate Practice for Infants and Toddlers
- Infant – Toddler Development and Behavior
- Assistance Answering Parent Questions about Their Infant or Toddler
- Visits to Your Program to Work on a Quality Improvement Project
- Resources or Tip Sheets
- Starting Up Your Infant/Toddler Program Including Help Setting Up Your Space
- Assistance With Continuity of Care Classroom Waivers
- Assistance with Caring Spaces Program
- Family Child Care Programs
- Group Family Child Care Programs
- Child Care Centers
- Child Care Resource and Referral Agencies
For more information, please contact our Infant Toddler Specialist, Jennifer Spampinato, 845-425-0009, x419 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Due to COVID we are currently not conducting in-person training. If you have a question or a specific training need, please contact Jenny.