From birth to five children need kind adults who understand child development basics. These loving adults apply their understanding to everything they say and do!
From six through twelve children spend more time away from their parents. They begin to need other adult role models who support them as they grow and learn.
One foot in childhood and the other in adulthood? Scary! Teens need parents, teachers and mentors who understand and offer guidance.
Communities need leaders who believe in the importance of developing children AND who put that belief into action!
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