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Our Partners:

Child Care Council of Nassau provides free child care counseling and referrals to parents either by phone or on line (www.childcarenassau.org).

Cornell Cooperative Extension of Nassau County provides training to parents, educators and caregivers through a variety of community presentations. (www.cce.cornell.edu/nassau)

Early Years Institute seeks to be a catalyst for new ideas, partnerships and resources that ensure all children have what they need to succeed and to expand the public will to increase investments in young children. (www.earlyyearsinst.org)

South Nassau Communities Hospital Parent/Child Education Programs focus on Maternity Unit orientation, Prepared Childbirth Classes, Baby Care and Breastfeeding classes and on-going Breastfeeding support in addition to Infant/Child CPR, Prenatal Yoga, Mommy/Baby Yoga, Infant Massage, Sibling, and Safe-sitter classes.

Early Childhood Direction Center - provides information to parents and professionals who are concerned about a child from birth- five years of age, with or at risk of learning disabilities. (www.vclc.org/ecdc)

South Nassau Communities Hospital Parent/Child Education Programs focus on Maternity Unit orientation, Prepared Childbirth Classes, Baby Care and Breastfeeding classes and on-going Breastfeeding support in addition to Infant/Child CPR, Prenatal Yoga, Mommy/Baby Yoga, Infant Massage, Sibling, and Safe-sitter classes.

Marion K. Salomon & Associates is an Early Intervention (birth to 3 years old) and CPSE (3-5 year olds) agency providing evaluations and treatment for children with developmental difficulties and support for the families of young children.

Long Island Infant Developmental Program is a home-based early intervention and preschool program that provides services to children age birth to five years with developmental delays.

Baldwin Public Library, Long Beach Public Library, Island Park, Merrick, Rockville Centre and Oceanside Public Library each offers a variety of parent-child workshops and parent education programs.


http://www.nassaulibrary.org/baldwin/

http://www.nassaulibrary.org/longbeach

http://www.nassaulibrary.org / islandp

http://www.merricklibrary.org

http://www.oceansidelibrary.com

http:// www.rvclibrary.org/

F.E.G.S. Health and Human Services System is one of the largest and most diversified not-for-profit health and human services organizations in the United States. F·E·G·S reaches out to serve families across Long Island and New York City, with a multitude of services that heal, comfort, counsel, educate, and rehabilitate people of all ages.

Planned Parenthood of Nassau County's Education Department provides a full range of reproductive health care services offered with respect and confidentiality, as well as educational workshops for families through programs such as TALK : Talking About Life with Kids.

Nassau County Department of Health Perinatal Services Network is an information and referral service for pregnant and parenting women of Nassau County. The Network links women and their families to essential health and human services such as Prenatal Care and Day Care, regardless of citizenship or lack of insurance.

Nassau County Department of Health Early Intervention Program is an information and referral service for parents and professionals who have concerns about the development of a child from birth to three years of age. (call 227-8661 for more information).

National Association of Mothers' Centers (NAMC) is the leading organization that recognizes the challenges, realities and importance of mothering. Through a network of programs in Centers, libraries and in the workplace the major issues of Early Care & Education, Post Partum Depression and Work/Life concerns are addressed. (www.motherscenter.org)

Sexuality Education and Counseling Services (SECS) offers the comprehensive, honest and sex-positive health education and support services that address the unique needs of the whole person, family and community. Our age-appropriate educational workshops, professional trainings, and individual, couples and family counseling, provide a truly integrative and holistic approach that builds on individuality and personal strengths. www.secstalk.org

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