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2014 DC Infant and Toddler Conference: “Creating Pathways to Early Success”

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The 2014 DC Infant and Toddler Conference will bring together more than 900 professionals in Infant/Toddler early care and education including early intervention and infant/toddler specialists, home visitors, social workers, mental health providers as well as physical, occupational therapists, pediatricians, dietitians and other professionals will be joining us as programming partners and conference participants as we continue our efforts to build healthy families and healthy communities.

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