In June 2018, the Pennsylvania state legislature passed House Bill 1677 to update Pennsylvania’s regulations and code to use the term “child care” rather than “day care” to reflect the work of early learning programs more accurately.
Trying Together worked closely with the bill’s prime sponsor, Representative Jason Ortitay, who represents Allegheny and Washington counties.…
Community Check-Up is a satellite clinic of Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh. Every Monday, two pediatricians see children and young adults ages birth to 21 years old. Services include:
KidsPlay provides free interactive and educational programming for children in Market Square, with local partners including Science Tots, the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, KidsBurgh, the Senator…
Community members are invited to join Nina Finkler, President of Nina Finkler Autism Services, on August 27 for a webinar on assessing and treating behaviors exhibited by students on the…
Trying Together has launched our 2019–2020 Public Policy Agenda with nine priorities to:
Do What’s Best for Children
To accomplish this work, we need supporters who will join us to raise their voices, use traditional and social media, and meet with policy makers.
We need to remember that children are trying, too—trying to understand their feelings and their world, trying to please the people they love, trying to grow. When grownups and children are trying together, just about anything can be possible.