The Maryland Learning Links – Making Access Happen (MAH) project is a joint MSDE-Johns Hopkins University effort designed to support and increase the participation of three- to five-year-old children with disabilities in public and private community-based early care and education programs. Click here to visit the MAH webpage. The parent Maryland Learning Links website also provides a wide range of information about related early childhood initiatives and resources.
The Early Childhood Gateway of Maryland’s Early Childhood Intervention and Education System of Services, which provides numerous resources for providers and families with young children with disabilities, birth through five. Click on www.mdecgateway.org.
Find it Fast for Families is a resource locator document with web links for families of young children on topics such as Choosing Child Care, Transitioning to School, Health, Wellness and Safety and Supporting Your Child’s Development. Click here to download the document.
"Understanding and Supporting Your Child's Development" comprises a series of pamphlets developed by Informed Parents–Successful Children (IPSC) of the Mid-Atlantic Equity Consortium, Inc. These pamphlets, each of which focuses on a different early childhood age-range, provide non-English-speaking parents and caregivers with tools to promote early childhood development and success. Next to the age-range below, click on the language version of the pamphlet to download that version:
· Birth – 6 months: Chinese, English, French, Korean, Spanish, Vietnamese
· 6 – 12 months: Chinese, English, French, Korean, Spanish, Vietnamese
· 12 – 18 months: Chinese, English, French, Korean, Spanish, Vietnamese
· 18 months – 3 years: Chinese, English, French, Korean, Spanish, Vietnamese
· 3 – 5 years: Chinese, English, French, Korean, Spanish, Vietnamese