Topic: Child Care Resources

Child Care Resources: Child Development, Head Start Program for Children, Achieving Quality Child Care

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A variety of resources provide information for parents, employers and caregivers on achieving quality child care. Information includes articles on child care and appropriate programming, outlets for finding local child care support and regional contact information. Includes information on the Head Start program for children from low-income families.


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The Head Start program for children is designed as a child development program for low-income children aged 0-5. This site provides information about getting children into Head Start, the variety of programs offered, research and statistics, and a search method to find a Head Start program for children by city and state.

Through their website, the NCCIC provides links to various resources and publications associated with child care. Site offers help in achieving quality child care through state profiles which include demographics, child staff ratio requirements, and contact information for various state agencies.

This site provides parents and caregivers information about achieving quality child care and finding resources in their own community. Through the Child Care Connector users can search for child care options in their area by typing in a zip code and state.

Care.com provides parents and caregivers relevant information about child care, working with students with special needs, and tutoring. The site also lists available people in your area to provide child care, special needs, and tutoring services.