A child’s first 1,000 days is a time of rapid changes in their bodies, minds, and emotions. From crawling to walking, babbling to talking, and progressing from puree to solid foods, the development in those early years is unmatched through the rest of their life.
That’s why the Delaware Department of Health and Social Services introduced its QT30 concept to explain to parents and caregivers the benefits of personal interactions during those critical, formative early years.
At first, the QT30 program was just a brochure. Now the state is offering the guide through an app that’s geared towards parents and caregivers of children up to eight years old. The app encourages parents to provide 30 minutes of quality interactions to create a strong foundation for their future.
Source : Philly