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Over 305,000 children are served annually in North and South Carolina by over 1,300 trained medical providers in over 400 participating clinics and hospitals.


The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (NAPNAP) have officially endorsed the Reach Out and Read model of early literacy promotion.

Interested in Starting a Reach Out and Read Program?

 

Resources: Click below to view and download additional materials

Two-Month Visit | Reach Out and Read Training Video

Four-Month Visit | Reach Out and Read Training Video

Eighteen-Month Visit | Reach Out and Read Training Video

https://youtu.be/rpSsnUOoJsk?list=PLP_pdG1A03h0X-fxuEnRTsNzTXs3n9hAg

Short Visit | Reach Out and Read Training Video

Residency Training | Reach Out and Read Training Video

Busy Parent | Reach Out and Read Training Video

Throughout the Clinic | Reach Out and Read Training Video

Blog Posts

Blog Posts for The New York Times by Reach Out and Read National Medical Director, Dr. Perri Klass.

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Get your baby talking. If your child makes a noise, respond. It may make no sense to you, but it’s communication.