FCRR: Early Development & Risk Study- A Ready Research Study

Do you wonder about all the people and experiences that will help your toddler be ready to learn to read at age 5? Join with other parents and a group of researchers at the Florida Center for Reading Research at Florida State University to answer these questions now! Be a part of a new study designed to uncover the secrets of children’s early language and literacy success by following their development across multiple years.  This study, funded by the National Institutes of Health, will investigate child, family, school and community influences on school readiness and early literacy for families from diverse backgrounds. Findings also will help with earlier identification of children with developmental challenges. To support this work: if you have a child ages 18-25 months old, fill out a brief survey and earn $10. Go to this link to participate: bit.ly/FAMILY_SURVEY

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November 28 is “Giving Tuesday”

JUST A LITTLE REMINDER!!!!

November 28, 2017 

The Early Learning Coalition of Osceola County

will be participating in Giving Tuesday on November 28th

Giving Tuesday is a powerful day of giving, raising funds

and generating awareness after Black Friday and Cyber Monday  

This is a wonderful opportunity to help in our efforts to give

Osceola County’s young children the early learning foundation they deserve 

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You can make your donation by visiting us at:

http://elcosceola.org/345-2 

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4C Main Office in Orlando – Announcement

The 4C office in Orlando will not be open to serve customers on Wednesday, Oct. 18, between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. After 2 p.m., there will be staff on site to answer customer questions. However, there will be no appointments for services or the opportunity to speak with representatives from program or department divisions. Regular operations will resume to the public at 7 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 19.