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Smart Start of New Hanover County works to ensure that every child, birth to 5, has the opportunity to enter school prepared for success.
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Smart Start of NHC May 23
provides a friendly, supportive environment led by parents and other caregivers. Groups are weekly, free, & foster open exchange of ideas & support. . Access full Tip Sheets . Learn more about groups
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Smart Start of NHC May 16
provides a friendly, supportive environment led by parents and other caregivers. Groups are weekly, free, & foster open exchange of ideas & support. . Access full Tip Sheets . Learn more about groups
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Smart Start of NHC May 13
Our community cares about and . Thank you!
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Smart Start of NHC May 10
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NCDP May 9
Yesterday we were honored to share the stage w/ a group of passionate committed individuals & orgs striving to build a resilient community after . thx for inviting us to the First 2000 Days conference & special thx to keynote spkr Alice Fothergill
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Smart Start of NHC May 9
To grow up healthy, children need to sit less & play more . announced New WHO guidelines on physical activity, sedentary behavior and sleep for children under 5 years of age. Read .
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Smart Start of NHC May 7
Language Development in Young Children . How young children develop language & how interactions and play can promote development. .
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Smart Start of NHC May 1
The Smart Start staff enjoyed celebrating the Summerfield Custom Wellness worksite health program with some delicious, colorful and nutritional dishes. Thanks for leading the series, Sarah! .
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Smart Start of NHC Apr 30
73,000 young children in NC are at risk of being missed in due to being in “hard-to-count” populations: low-income families, families who rent their homes, and racial and ethnic minorities.
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Smart Start of NHC Apr 24
is accepting registrations. Visit their new website for forms and details: . . @newhanovercountyprek
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Smart Start of NHC Apr 23
Parks & Recreation offers a variety of summer camps. Pre-registration is required for all camps. Find details at .
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Smart Start of NHC Apr 23
Parenting education programs help prevent child abuse. Evidenced-based programs build parents’ resilience, offer support, and increase knowledge of child development, all of which benefits both children and families.
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Smart Start of NHC Apr 22
Check out these programs from to support our community and economy- Jobs Week and Step 2 .
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Smart Start of NHC Apr 15
launched an online tool that helps employers incorporate family-friendly workplace practices that attract & retain talent and improve health & well-being for children across NC. Check it out at .
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Smart Start of NHC Apr 9
The first months of a child's life are critical to development. Paid family leave during that period can have positive effects on relationship-building, parental involvement, health, and well-being that last throughout a child’s life.
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Smart Start of NHC Apr 9
Thank you for your support, !
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NCDP Apr 5
Yesterday our team helped facilitate an Action Planning Workshop in and alongside , to identify the recovery and preparedness needs of their children post-Florence. Story: Press Release:
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Smart Start of NHC Apr 5
hosts workshop focused on needs of children in disasters - Disaster planning experts met Thursday to create a plan to protecting our community’s children when the next disaster strikes. Read .
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Smart Start of NHC Apr 3
Jane & Stephanie of joined this morning to celebrate the Emeritus Program recipients. . Smart Start also thanks South State Bank for sponsoring our Annual Breakfast next week! Learn more at or call 910.815.3731.
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Smart Start of NHC Apr 2
Home visiting strengthens the relationship between parents and children and increases parenting skills and confidence. It has also been shown to improve children’s cognitive and social-emotional development.
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