ZERO TO THREE’s Parents and Providers: Sharing the Care Child care providers are uniquely positioned to play a role in building protective factors with the parents of very young children. Their brief, daily interactions with parents and their ongoing connections with the children they care for provide insights and opportunities to strengthen family protective factors. Yet as the National Association for the Education of…See More
Respite enhances protective factors to prevent child abuse and neglect and can serve as a portal to comprehensive strategies, such as home visiting and early education. State Lifespan Respite Programs welcome partners to improve respite.
Join a conversation about how those working toward child maltreatment prevention can prepare for the opportunities and challenges in the coming decade. Review and comment on the FRIENDS National Advisory Network recommendations. See More