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Your child means the world to you, and you do all you can to make sure they have what they need to be healthy and happy.
Child care is a big part of their learning and growth. Don’t rely on Google to give you the best options. Start with us for free information on licensed providers in your area that meet your needs, preferences, and budget.
Text KSKIDS to 59925 to receive occasional messages offering information, tips, and ideas to support your young child’s learning and growth. Check out Kansas Child Magazine online for free!
Put on some sunscreen, make sure everyone has enough water, and enjoy these activities for summer fun with kids!
Cooking with children can be both fun and exhausting! Despite the time and patience required, making snacks or meals with your kids pays off for everyone involved.
Life throws obstacles in the path of every family. Fortunately, Kansas offers many practical resources for parents and caregivers.
Find services that help support your family’s unique needs:
Potential options to help you cover expenses and work through challenges:
Give your child a healthy start with these tips and ideas by topic.
Kansas Breastfeeding Coalition is our trusted partner for breastfeeding support and education. Visit their website for a wide range of breastfeeding resources.
Breastfeeding Friendly Child Care Designation Recipients
Breastfeeding Friendly Recipients are child care programs who have received Breastfeeding Friendly Designation.
Need assistance or more information on any of these Emergency Preparedness resources? Contact the Child Care Emergency Preparedness Consultant today!
The Child Care Health Consultant Network is a wonderful resource for a variety of topics relating to health, safety, wellness, health equity, emergency preparedness, and more!
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