Continuity of care is the third key to providing the deep connections that infants and toddlers need for quality child care. Programs that incorporate the concept of continuity of care keep primary caregivers and children together throughout the three years of the infancy period, or during the entirety of the child's enrollment in care as an infant.

As you watch the video, consider...

  1. What is Continuity of Care?
  2. What are program considerations when implementing continuity of care?
  3. How do programs help teachers embrace continuity of care?
  4. What are the benefits of continuity of care?