In Our Hands
This DVD, developed by WestEd’s Program for Infant/Toddler Care (PITC), focuses attention on the harmful effects of poor quality child care on infants and identifies critically important steps our society needs to take to improve infant care.
The DVD is designed to promote quality child care and is divided into four sections that describe the fundamental needs of infants and toddlers who are cared for outside the home: Close, Caring Relationships; Health and Safety; Connection to Family; and Knowledgeable, Responsive Caregivers. The DVD includes a booklet.
For a complete list of PITC products for sale, including current prices, download the PITC order form. At the end of the form, you will find instructions on how to order materials through the California Department of Education.
If We Asked Infants to Design Their Child Care
Helping Babies Learn Language and Value Communication
Including and Serving Immigrant Families
What Babies Need Governments To Do For Them
Infant/Toddler Child Care in America: Three Perspectives | Part III
Infant/Toddler Child Care in America: Three Perspectives | Part II
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