Varying Abilities and Family Contexts
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Providing children with intentional and individualized care is a key component for children entering into a program. NAEYC has provided strategies for individualizing and focusing on the transition to a supportive program for children with varying abilities and family contexts.
Choose from the resources below to find strategies that support children with varying abilites and family contexts in the classroom.
- Supporting Medically Fragile Children and Their Families
- Every Child Belongs: Welcoming a Child with a Disability
- When a Foster Child Enters Your Care: Suggestions from a Foster Parent
- Welcoming Refugee Children into Early Childhood Classrooms
- Each and Every Child (Book)
- Essentials Disabilities (Book)
- Essentials DLLs (Book)
- Spotlight on YC: Equity and Diversity (Book)
- Addressing Challenging Behavior (Book)
- Advancing Equity and Embracing Diversity (Book)
- Each & Every Child: Teaching Preschool with an Equity Lens (On Demand)