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Child Care Aware of Kansas was awarded a Child Care Quality Improvement and Support System grant from the Kansas Department for Children and Families to establish Shared Services for licensed Kansas child care programs. The overall goal of this opportunity is to support early care and education programs throughout the state to enhance the well-being, health, and development of young children.
Regional Community Consultants (RCC) work with early childhood professionals to reach shared goals and best practices. We pride ourselves on our compassion and integrity for child care professionals. We aim to support child care professionals and ensure they have the necessary resources to succeed in their businesses.
By participating in a Shared Service Network, child care providers benefit from services that cost less — and that are often more efficient — than what the programs could do on their own.
Regional Community Consultants provide compassionate, professional support with:
The foundation of most Shared Service Networks is child care management software, which can help providers communicate with families and staff; set up reminders; handle scheduling and calendars; manage billing, reporting, and enrollment; and much more. The software also helps providers determine where additional support is needed, such as janitorial, maintenance, or administrative services.
We have partnered with the companies below to offer this software to KDHE licensed providers at no cost.
Learn more about these partners from the links below, or contact a Shared Services consultant.
Our Child Care Management Software Partners
Are you a licensed child care provider and want to learn more about the Shared Services Network? Watch the recording of the informational webinar explaining how the Shared Services Network can benefit your program.
Learn more about the Shared Services Network, Learning Communities, and Child Care Management Systems
Need more assistance? Our friendly consultants are here to help you every step of the way. Contact a Regional Community Consultant today!
Hubs have the responsibility of managing provider-driven services to a group of child care programs. These entities are often based locally, serving a network of providers in the same community or region.
Many people, including educators, are becoming more aware of the impact of implicit bias in early childhood. These biases limit children’s opportunities to reach their full potential, and their learning is negatively impacted. Without addressing these biases, high-quality early childhood education isn’t possible.
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