Did you know? Adults play a crucial role in helping young children build core capacities that will help them throughout life.
Join Urban Alliance at the next Thrive quarterly meeting on December 6, where you will have the opportunity to learn more about ways caregivers can help children develop executive functioning skills such as planning, focus and self-control.
Thrive quarterly meetings foster learning communities where staff and volunteers from early childhood programs run by churches and parachurch organizations in the UA network collectively celebrate their successes and share innovative strategies to increase the impact of their programs so they may better equip caregivers and pregnant mothers.
For more information about Thrive, click below or contact Rosaicela Rodriguez, Urban Alliance’s Director of Implementation, Children & Youth Initiatives