ParentChild+ helps young children in underserved communities across 15 states. The organization's goal is to use education to break the cycle of poverty for low-income families, engaging early in life to help toddlers, their parents, and their family child care providers access a path to possibility.
The Adelphi University Institute for Parenting was established to help ensure the mental health and well-being of young children and developing families by strengthening the capacity of parents and others who influence the lives of 0-5 year olds to provide nurturing, developmentally appropriate environments within a culturally sensitive framework.
What we have to offer…
For Parents and Families
The Institute for Parenting provides programs for parents and caregivers that include assessment, guidance, treatment, and/or parenting education for young and developing families.
“I’m Here for You Now” Book Project
Helping children find ways to manage anxiety in a developmentally appropriate way.
The Institute for Parenting day-long professional development programs offer 6 units of NYSED Continuing Education hours (CEs) or the equivalent.
We are proud of those in our Infant Mental Health Developmental Practice program.