Encouraging Strong Parent-Child Relationships.

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Year Published
2017
Author (Organization)
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families, Office of Head Start, and Office of Child Care.
National Center on Parent, Family, and Community Engagement.
Resource Type
Fact Sheet
Resource Format
PDF
Children benefit from caring, responsive, and stable relationships. A strong relationship with a parent promotes a child’s development, learning, and increased school success. Relationships with parents help children learn to develop connections with peers and other adults. Supportive relationships with parents also help children learn to manage emotions, cope, problem-solve, and resolve conflicts. Early childhood professionals can encourage strong and positive parent-child relationships through family engagement efforts that include valuing, respecting, and supporting families. (Author abstract)

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