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 Institute for Parenting offers career-enhancing continuing education and graduate-level courses in 0-6 mental health and development, and direct services to families and programs in communities across Long Island and New York City.
A Student’s Story
How MS degree program in Infant Mental Health-Developmental Practice helps her to focus on both body and mind.
Socioeconomic Inequality and Child Development
On November 12-13, join Kimberly Noble, MD, PhD in a workshop that surveys state-of-the-art research into how socioeconomic inequality relates to children’s cognitive and brain development.
What we have to offer...
The Institute for Parenting provides programs for parents and caregivers that include assessment, guidance, treatment, and/or parenting education for young and developing families.
Diversity-Informed Tenets for Work with Infants, Children & Families
A product of the Tenets Initiative of the Irving Harris Foundation, the Diversity-Informed Tenets have guided professionals and programs over the past ten years to integrate diversity, equity, and inclusion principles in their work.
Tips for Parents: Reflecting on Fall 2020
News 12 Long Island invited us to their Facebook Live discussion, Parent Preseason, about how parents can prepare for the upcoming school year.
The Institute for Parenting 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.