An Essential New Resource for Families and Caregivers of Children Five and Under

Connect the Dots New York is a unique and much needed resource for families and caregivers with children five years of age and under. CTDNY provides guidance in all areas of your young child’s development.  

CTDNY can be a valuable resource for your family in a number of ways. CTDNY provides guidance through the educational system, helps families navigate the special education evaluation process, assists families with any developmental or behavioral concerns in the home and educates families on all topics surrounding the development of their young child.

CTDNY is also an excellent resource for professionals. CTDNY provides workshops on any developmental or educational topics related to children five and under. Preschools and daycare centers can also arrange consultations with Caroline Doty, the owner of Connect the Dots New York, to assist with any issues related to early childhood education or child development.

Caroline Doty is a New York State Certified School Psychologist, Special Education Teacher and Elementary Education Teacher. Doty has over 25 years of experience working with children ages five and under and their families. Using her broad range of knowledge in this field, Doty has successfully assisted families with finding the best solutions for addressing their child’s needs.

Connect the Dots New York is devoted to educating and guiding families and professionals to lead children toward success. These services are available seven days a week to anybody in Westchester, Putnam and Dutchess counties. Please visit the CTDNY website for further information http://connectthedotsny.com or call directly at (845) 582-0585.

AlizaG January 06, 2014 at 02:40 PM
I've worked with Carolline in a nursery school setting and I can vouch that she is an excellent resource for families, as well as being an advocate for families who are going through this process.


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