Inclusive Child Care

We all have differences that contribute to who we are. Being aware of diversity in many forms – race, ethnicity, culture, religion, gender, language, income, physical and mental abilities, and more – can help you provide the highest quality of care and education. Together we can foster a place of belonging for children, as well as for families, staff, and community partners. 

Why It Matters

Focusing on Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Access (DEIA) matters, because…

  • Our state’s youngest generation is more racially diverse than ever. Being aware of differences in identities and cultures can help you avoid misinterpreting behaviors in ways that harm some children’s well-being and limit their potential.

  • Family structures are evolving. Designing services with caregivers to meet a variety of needs will help you grow and sustain your business and contribute to your community.

  • We are connected globally. Teaching kids about diversity, equity, and inclusion, as well as supporting a diverse staff, will give kids the ability to succeed in our modern world.

You have a lot to juggle as you provide a critical service to children, families, and your community. Dedicating the time to DEIA efforts can help you achieve greater success.

How We Can Help

Get Started Today

To get started, Call us at 855-750-3343 or email us below to connect with a health equity consultant.

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