Infants and toddlers with developmental delays or disabilities should be identified and receive early intervention services in a timely manner. That's why CLASP and ZERO TO THREE'S "Building Strong Foundations" project includes a focus on early intervention programs.
Low-income families with infants and toddlers should get child care assistance to afford safe, stable, high-quality child care that promotes children’s development and parents’ education, training, and work. That's why child care assistance is an important focus of CLASP's and ZERO TO THREE'S Building Strong Foundations project.
Families need high-quality, affordable early care and education programs that support child development, promote parents’ ability to support their children’s learning, and allow parents to work or go to school.
CLASP and ZERO TO THREE have announced "Building Strong Foundations," a project promoting federal and state policy actions that comprehensively address the wellbeing on infants and toddlers and their families.