Parent & Caregiver Engagement
The more input we get from parents and caregivers, the better. The same could be said for a child. And really, we could use the help of the entire community. If we can engage and help parents and caregivers, that would be great. If we can engage the entire community, that would be the ultimate.
Increase opportunities for families to work, play, read & learn together
Increase use of connection to early intervention services
Children developmentally on-track
Provide tips and tools to help families support learning at home
Peer-to-peer learning and networks
Find one you can support.
Metro United Way’s Ages & Stages Developmental Screening HubLearn More
Books & Barbershops
Providing barbershops with books and reading nooks.Learn More
Ready for K Alliance
Committed to improving outcomes for childrenLearn More
Parent Cafe & Neighborhood Networks
Group support for parents participating in Ages & Stages (ASQ).Learn More
The Little Libraries initiative, a Metro United Way partnership with the 2014 Bingham Fellows, [...]Learn More