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The first few years of life are extremely important to the future growth and development of your child. You, as parents, are most responsible for guiding your child through these years. These are wonderful times to laugh, play, and learn from and with your child.

By learning what your child will be doing at different stages, you will become a better informed parent, able to take pleasure in your child's growth, yet alert to any possible problems in development. Trust your instincts and feelings as you watch your child grow. Don't ever be afraid to ask questions. Your doctor can answer any questions you may have about your child's growth, and WV Birth to Three is available if you have concerns about your child's development.

The following information can help you learn more about how babies grow, and help you better understand how the WV Birth to Three system can help your family.

 

How Babies Grow

        Building positive relationships
        Typical Milestones of Child Development
        'The Power of Play' - Learning through Play from Birth to Three PDF
       

Learning about Early Intervention

        What is WV Birth to Three?
        How do I make a referral?
        Where are the services provided?
        What are the steps in early intervention? PDF      

Leadership/Training Opportunities

        Family Story Booklet PDF
        Interagency Coordinating Council

Making a Connection

        WV Birth to Three Photo Gallery
        TELL US! What does WV Birth to Three Mean to YOU? PDF
 

Regional Parent Partner Newsletters


Parent Partner Directory - February 2017

Region I - Newsletter by Parent Partners - Summer 2017
Region I - Newsletter by Parent Partners - Summer 2016
Region I - Newsletter by Parent Partners - Spring 2016
Region I - Newsletter by Parent Partners - Winter 2016  

Region II - BTT Bits - Spring 2017
Region II - BTT Bits - Winter 2017
Region II - BTT Bits - Fall 2016
Region II - BTT Bits - Summer 2016

Region III & IV - Parent to Parent - Summer 2017
Region III & IV - Parent to Parent - Spring 2017
Region III & IV - Parent to Parent - Winter 2016
Region III & IV - Parent to Parent - Fall 2016
Region III & IV - Parent to Parent - Summer 2016

Region V - Making Connections - Summer 2016 
Region V - Making Connections - Fall 2015

Region VII - Bridges - Summer 2017 new
Region VII - Bridges - Spring 2017
Region VII - Bridges - Winter 2017
Region VII - Bridges - Fall 2016

Region VIII - Tidbits - Spring 2017
Region VIII - Tidbits - Summer 2016
Region VIII - Tidbits - Spring 2016


Please click here to find out which region your county is assigned to.