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Name of the Organization
Gesell Institute of Child Development
Contact Person
Jennifer Pelton
Job Title
Director of Marketing & Communications
Contact phone
203-777-3481 ext 718
E-mail
jennifer@gesellinstitute.org
Website
http://www.gesellinstitute.org
Interest
Early Childhood, Youth, Education, Advocacy
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Gesell Institute of Child Development, an independent non-profit organization located on the Yale campus in New Haven has advanced the understanding of how children grow and learn for more than half a century. Gesell programs and publications help parents, educators, and medical professionals worldwide in understanding the ages and stages of childhood. Our mission is to promote the principles of child development as the basis for all decision making for young children.

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At 11:46am on September 7, 2010, Lee Cruz said…
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