Gaps in achievement can be observed very early, and with help, these gaps widen.
Adequate nutrition plays an essential role in child development.
Frequent naps also contribute to memory and learning.
Children living in households where books are abundant have better academic performances later in life than children who lived in households where books were rarely present.
What We Do:
Help children to be healthy and well.
Help families meet their basic needs.
Promote developmental screenings and early intervention.
Sponsor education and training for parents.
Help families create safe and stimulating places to play and learn.