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Cochran, Moncrieff – ZERO TO THREE, 2007
This book presents a review and synthesis of the early care and education system in the United States -- a system that now faces increasing enrollment, an underpaid workforce, and limited budgets. A substantial number of trained early care and education professionals are projected to leave the field over the next 10 years due to noncompetitive…
Descriptors: Disadvantaged Youth, Baby Boomers, Child Care, Early Childhood Education
Fenichel, Emily, Ed. – Zero to Three, 1996
The six articles in this newsletter theme issue focus on three successful infant/family organizations serving families with young children either at risk for a disability or having a disability: Southwest Human Development (Phoenix, Arizona); The Ounce of Prevention Fund (Chicago, Illinois); and New Horizons Center for Children and Families of…
Descriptors: Agencies, At Risk Persons, Disabilities, Early Intervention
Pawl, Jeree, Ed. – Zero to Three, 1992
This newsletter presents five articles focusing on the social development of infants and very young children. The first article, "Sympathetic Behavior in Very Young Children," by Lois Barclay Murphy, gives examples of early sympathetic behavior, traces the development of sympathy, identifies individual patterns of sympathetic response,…
Descriptors: Child Caregivers, Conflict Resolution, Disabilities, Emotional Development
Fenichel, Emily, Ed. – Zero to Three, 1993
This bulletin issue contains five papers on the theme of adults with mental illness who are parents of very young children. "Parents, Mental Illness, and the Primary Health Care of Infants and Young Children" (John N. Constantino) offers the experience of a trainee in a combined residency in pediatrics and psychiatry, focusing on…
Descriptors: At Risk Persons, Child Rearing, Community Programs, Delivery Systems
Fenichel, Emily, Ed. – Zero to Three, 1992
This bulletin issue addresses the theme of drug-exposed infants and the services required by these infants and their families. "Cocaine-Exposed Infants: Myths and Misunderstandings" (Barbara J. Myers and others) comments on the negative accounts of drug-exposed babies presented by mass media and reviews the mix of positive and negative…
Descriptors: Alcohol Abuse, Cocaine, Congenital Impairments, Counseling Techniques
Fenichel, Emily, Ed. – Zero to Three, 1994
This newsletter theme issue contains contributions by parents, practitioners, researchers, administrators, and providers of technical assistance, which explore aspects of the complex process of developmental assessment of infants and young children. They describe what is helpful and what can be harmful in current assessment practice. They offer…
Descriptors: Adaptive Behavior (of Disabled), At Risk Persons, Child Development, Classification
Pawl, Jeree, Ed.; And Others – Zero to Three, 1989
This newsletter theme issue focuses on the training of practitioners to work with infants, toddlers, and their families with emphasis on the activities of the TASK (Training Approaches for Skills and Knowledge) Project of the National Center for Clinical Infant Programs. The TASK project addresses the concerns of four "stakeholder" groups:…
Descriptors: At Risk Persons, Disabilities, Early Intervention, Family Programs
Pawl, Jeree, Ed.; And Others – Zero to Three, 1990
This newsletter theme issue looks at infant day care models including those emphasizing early intervention with special needs infants. The lead article, "Infants in Day Care: Reflections on Experiences, Expectations and Relationships," by Jeree H. Pawl, stresses the importance of understanding infants' and toddlers' capacities and needs in…
Descriptors: At Risk Persons, Child Development, Consultation Programs, Cooperation