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Age Range: 16-23 mo.

Information for Parents and Caregivers: Tips for Traveling with Your Child

March 22, 2024  |   |  By Encompass

The anticipation of an upcoming trip can be filled with excitement, but also apprehension, particularly if you are traveling with a young child. Our Early Support for Infants and Toddlers team has put together a great tip sheet filled with helpful information from managing logistics, things to pack, scheduling considerations, and more.

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Current Groups

July 6, 2022  |   |  By Encompass

Our Behavioral Health Team offers a wide variety of classes and support groups for kids as well as parents and caregivers across the year. To be kept in the loop, we encourage you to sign up for our newsletter via the form at the bottom of this page. Click on each program for more information […]

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Information for Parents and Caregivers: Toilet Training

September 15, 2021  |   |  By Encompass

Toilet training is an important transition for children and families alike. It can be an important step for children who are entering a new stage of going to school and can impact social situations. How can you tell if your child is ready for toilet training?

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Information for Parents and Caregivers: Sleep Tips

July 26, 2021  |   |  By Encompass

Very few people do well without enough quality sleep, so getting kids to sleep on a consistent schedule is often an important priority to parents/caregivers. All children are different and have their own distinct needs and preferences that change. Setting up a routine that works takes time, commitment, and sometimes creativity. It’s important to first […]

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Information for Parents and Caregivers: Connecting with Your Child

February 19, 2021  |   |  By Encompass

The most vital step to helping your child manage their behavior appropriately is based in a solid connection with their parent/caregiver. When you intentionally connect with your child, you show your child they are precious and valued as they are and you meet a basic human need for acceptance and belonging.

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