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May 8th, 2015:

State Doc Pick of the Week : Early childhood transitions in North Carolina : a parent’s guide to the infant-toddler and preschool programs

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The North Carolina Early Intervention Branch, a part of the N.C. Division of Public health, under the Department of Health and Human Services, released a publication titled Early childhood transitions in North Carolina : a parent’s guide to the infant-toddler and preschool programs in 2007.

While this guide was published in 2007, it is still relevant today. This guide “helps parents be successful partners in planning for their child’s transition from the Infant-Toddler program to the Preschool Program”. So this guide is intended for parents whose child or children have progressed through the North Carolina Infant-Toddler Program and are ready for preschool. However there is a lot of information in this guide for anyone interested or curious about the transition from infant-toddler to preschool.

This guide talks about the comparisons between the Infant-Toddler Program and the Preschool Program, steps that parents can take for transitioning into the Preschool Program services, hints for a smooth transition, and much more. You can view this document in both English and Spanish.

You can view, download, print, and save this document here. The Spanish version of this document is located here.

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