Filter By
Child Care Provider Supports

En Tu Esquina: 1-800-Children

November 14, 2022 | By Child Care Aware of Kansas

Por Stephanie Boone, supervisora estatal de información y referencias, Kansas Children’s Service League (KCSL). Publicado originalmente en la edición de otoño de Kansas Child Magazine. Un nino cambian tu vida. Yo pienso que todos podemos estar de acuerdo, cuando un nino entra en

read more
Child Care Aware of Kansas Blog

Kansas Children’s Service League: Programs for Parents and Families

November 3, 2022 | By Child Care Aware of Kansas
Family playing at the park

By Pam Noble, Assistant Director for Prevent Child Abuse Kansas, Kansas Children’s Service League. Originally Published in the Fall 2022 issue of Kansas Child Magazine. Kansas Children’s Service League (KCSL) works to prevent childhood abuse and neglect, offer family support, improve

read more
Child Care: What Families Should Know

Rising Momentum to Improve Quality Child Care in Kansas

August 31, 2022 | By Child Care Aware of Kansas
Quality Child Care in Kansas

Nancy Rohr, Family Services Manager, Child Care Aware of Eastern Kansas, Region 3. Originally published in the Spring 2022 Issue of Kansas Child Magazine. Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, headlines about the shortage of child care and the high cost for families have proliferated.

read more
Child Care Provider Supports

Extending Child Care Experiences to the Home

December 22, 2021 | By Child Care Aware of Kansas

Discussing child care experiences at home strengthens kids’ brain connections. Their social and emotional development is enhanced when parents and caregivers expand on kids’ experiences by asking questions, using a variety of words, and naming feelings and emotions. Parents

read more
Child Care Aware of Kansas Blog

When Little People are Overwhelmed by Big Emotions.

October 11, 2021 | By Child Care Aware of Kansas

By Kim Lawson, Preschool teacher, Bennington Grade School Orginally published in the Fall 2020 Issue of Kansas Child magazine Children are not born with the skills to self-regulate. We instinctively help babies soothe by rocking, bouncing, back rubs, and singing. As children grow into

read more