As New York State focuses on pandemic recovery, it’s critical the state addresses the needs of businesses and parents to meet the increasingly demanding needs of our economy.
While state and federal leadership continue to discuss and debate the need for universal child care, it’s important to make two things clear: One, there is a need. Two, we need to be clear about what universal child care means.
As we build back better, we must prioritize affordability, accessibility, and quality in New York’s child care system
Universal child care cannot be built without three key foundational building blocks — Affordability. Accessibility. Quality.
New report highlights the challenges South Bronx parents face accessing affordable, high-quality child care
Parent experiences during the pandemic underscore the critical need for city and state leaders to invest in New York’s child care system NEW YORK – A new report released today highlights the challenges South Bronx parents from diverse backgrounds face ensuring their...
Parents, providers, and stakeholders share advantages and disadvantages of early intervention telehealth services and propose solutions
On Tuesday, October 19, the Raising NY coalition hosted a virtual roundtable where parents, providers, and other key stakeholders discussed their experiences with early intervention telehealth services and where New York State can go from here.
Learn more about the initiatives that United Way of Buffalo & Erie County lead to get pregnant women and babies off to a healthy start.