Category: Child Development

Connecticut Children’s Office for Community Child Health promotes the optimal health, development and well-being of all children. As part of that, the Office advocates for the early detection of children who are at risk for developmental and behavioral concerns and connects them to community-based services that can intervene when treatments are less costly and most effective.

If You Love Children…

By: Jacquelyn M. Rose, MPH It’s not enough to be an early care and education professional because you love working with children. If you love children, you must leverage your view, your voice, and your visibility to improve the systems and quality of services for young children and […]

Can We Bend the Arc Toward Justice?

By: Kimberly Martini-Carvell Yes, “…the arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward justice.” Whether the author of this sentiment is Theodore Parker, Abraham Lincoln, Martin Luther King Jr., or Barack Obama, it has always comforted me in times of national and political unrest and […]