||Title: Reinvesting in Child Care: State Infant/Toddler Policies - Promoting Continuity of Care
Author and Contributors:
Publisher: Center for Law and Social Policy (March 2009)
Review Level: Informal review
Primary Content Area: Early Childhood
Content Type: General Information
Audience: General Public & Consumers
Resource Type: Not an extension nor a land-grant developed resource
- Early Childhood: Statistics and Public Policy: Public Policy Issues and Education
- Early Childhood: Child Care Best Practices: Infants and Toddlers
- Early Childhood: Child Care Best Practices: Quality Matters - Research and Statistics
Keywords: infant care, infant/toddler care, child care policies, policies for infant/toddler care
Description: This fact sheet highlights why it is important to support continuous relationships between providers and caregivers and the children they care for, from when they enter child care to age 3.
Providers and caregivers who regularly care for very young children can have a positive
impact on child development by forming continuous, strong attachments with children.
It includes recommendations for states child care policies.
Media Type: PDF - Portable Document Format
Resource Listed: November 16, 2009
Resource Last Updated: October 23, 2012