Partner Toolkit

Discussions are already gearing up for next year’s budget, so make sure you keep up the drumbeat of support for early childhood! You can find some pre-written social media posts on the importance of early childhood, fact sheets, and more below. Or, download our complete digital toolkit!

 
 

 

About All Together Now

 
 
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About All Together Now

Californians are coming together on behalf of our state's littlest kids! All Together Now is a collective movement to highlight the need to prioritize young children in California's policy and budget decisions. Learn more about @littlecakids at www.alltogethernowca.org #littlekidsbigCAdreams


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Advocates

When we support kids now, we’re supporting a better future for California. That's why we are joining together @littlecakids to encourage support of California's youngest residents. Learn more about us and get involved: www.alltogethernowca.org/about #littlekidsbigCAdreams


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California’s Future

Healthy, resilient kids become well-rounded adults who create thriving communities—but this doesn’t happen by magic. We need to ensure that resources are available to care for the whole child, so they can grow up happy and ready to succeed. www.alltogethernowca.org/priorities #littlekidsbigCAdreams

 

Health & Wellness Toolkit

Discussions are already gearing up for next year’s budget, so make sure you keep up the drumbeat of support for early childhood! You can find some pre-written social media posts on the importance of early childhood, fact sheets, and more below. Or, download our complete digital toolkit!

 
 

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Fact Sheet

All children have a right to comprehensive developmental health screenings at an early age and should be connected quickly to services they need. When developmental delays are identified early, interventions are more effective, less expensive, and improve life-long outcomes for kids.


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Kids should get #developmentalscreenings at 9, 18, and 24/30 months, the @AmerAcadPeds says. Screening at well-child visits helps to catch delays earlier – and make treatment more effective.  http://bit.ly/2mZ8UDs #littlekidsbigCAdreams


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Is your child on track? This worksheet can help parents identify milestones and keep their child’s doctor informed. http://bit.ly/2n3zhs2 #littlekidsbigCAdreams

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Screenings at well-child visits with a doctor help catch delays earlier – and make treatment more effective. Kids should get developmental screenings at 9, 18, and 24/30 months, according to @AmerAcadPeds. Parents can help by tracking their child’s milestones using this worksheet: http://bit.ly/2n3zhs2

 

Early Learning Toolkit

Discussions are already gearing up for next year’s budget, so make sure you keep up the drumbeat of support for early childhood! You can find some pre-written social media posts on the importance of early childhood, fact sheets, and more below. Or, download our complete digital toolkit!

 
 

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Fact Sheet

All children have a right to quality, affordable learning opportunities starting at birth. When we talk, read and sing with kids, we help them to develop their social skills and language skills, and prepare them for future success in school and life.


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Childcare, especially infant care, can cost CA families more than $15,000 yearly. CA is one of the least affordable states in the US. Read more from @CalBudgetCenter: http://bit.ly/2mVZI2C #littlekidsbigCAdreams


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CA families are struggling to afford #ChildCare, but 8 out of 9 kids eligible for subsidized care do not receive full-day, full-year services. Learn more from @CalBudgetCenter: http://bit.ly/2n1xeVn #littlekidsbigCAdreams


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Did you know? Childcare, especially infant care, can cost California families more than $15,000 per year. California is one of the least affordable states in the US, and though many qualify for subsidized care, only a small percentage are enrolled in subsidized programs. Read more from @CABudget: http://bit.ly/2mVZI2C

 

Strong Families Toolkit

Discussions are already gearing up for next year’s budget, so make sure you keep up the drumbeat of support for early childhood! You can find some pre-written social media posts on the importance of early childhood, fact sheets, and more below. Or, download our complete digital toolkit!

 
 

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Fact Sheet

All families should have the tools and support they need to forge strong relationships with their children and ensure their families’ stability. When parents have access to the programs they need, they are better equipped to raise happy, healthy children.


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Did you know that infant health and wellbeing is directly connected with maternal mental health? Studies show infants of mothers with #PPD have a higher risk of illness & even mortality. Learn more from @2020MomProject: http://bit.ly/2pqXTvv #littlekidsbigCAdreams


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Better maternal mental health = happier, healthier babies. The U.S. Preventive Service Task Force now recommends screening for maternal depression so moms at risk can receive preventative counseling. Learn more from @2020MomProject: http://bit.ly/2pqXTvv #littlekidsbigCAdreams


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Did you know that infant health and wellbeing is directly connected with maternal mental health? Studies show infants of mothers with #PPD have a higher risk of illness & even mortality. Screening for maternal depression can help moms at risk receive preventive counseling, leading to healthier outcomes for mom and baby. Learn more from @2020Mom: http://bit.ly/2pqXTvv

 

Paid Family Leave Toolkit

Discussions are already gearing up for next year’s budget, so make sure you keep up the drumbeat of support for early childhood! You can find some pre-written social media posts on the importance of early childhood, fact sheets, and more below. Or, download our complete digital toolkit!

 
 

Fact Sheet

All families should be able to take the time they need to care for and bond with their new naby without sacrificing their ability to make ends meet. Paid family leave has significant benefits for children, families, and our economy and should be available to all.


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When parents don’t have access to #PaidFamilyLeave they often have to choose between job/financial security and crucial bonding time with their baby. Learn more about #PFL from @ZEROTOTHREE: http://bit.ly/2ozV3E6 #littlekidsbigCAdreams


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According to a 2014 poll, only 36% of CA of workers were aware of CA #PaidFamilyLeave options. This @WorkFamilyCA toolkit provides key info for accessing #PFL: http://bit.ly/2nWNk2X #littlekidsbigCAdreams


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When parents don’t have access to Paid Family Leave, they often have to choose between financial security and crucial bonding time with their baby. California gives up to six weeks of paid leave to working parents, but one poll shows only 36% of workers are aware. Here’s a helpful toolkit from @WorkFamilyCA with key information for accessing Paid Family Leave: http://bit.ly/2nWNk2X #littlekidsbigCAdreams