Promising Practices for "Learn the Signs. Act Early."

December 15, 2015

The Learn the Signs. Act Early. Promising Practices is a collection of locally inspired models and ideas that have been implemented and evaluated to varying degrees in programs and communities. A promising practice helps spread the reach of the LTSAE campaign and has the potential to positively impact families with young children and the organizations, health care professionals, and early care and education providers who serve them. Many of the activities in this collection represent the work of Act Early Ambassadors and State Systems grantees who found creative and effective solutions for implementing Learn the Signs. Act Early. with greatest potential impact using very modest resources. Please visit the Act Early Network webpage here to find the archived Act Early Forum Fall Webinar to hear from the CDC's LTSAE team and LTSAE Ambassadors who developed and implemented effective Promising Practices.

How can you adopt and adapt Promising Practices activities in your local programs and communities to promote awareness of the importance of tracking developmental milestones and acting early on concerns? Please click here to view Promising Practices strategies by the target audience they reach. Which target audience can you help reach and deliver a Promising Practice activity to?