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61. Broadview Networks Press Releases
and chief executive officer of Community networks. We re the Syracusebased Mental Health Association of Onondaga has enabled us to offer child care, as well

62. Web Networks Community
that transcend their familywork-health networks. Family child care Agencies child care agencies have more. International Telework Association and Council The

63. Web Networks Community
people to enhance and promote the child care delivery sy is a resource website of longterm care. Based Working Moms is a professional association and online

64. Linked Information Networks For Kids With Disabilities: Professional Association
Routine monitoring of a child s developmental progress in conjunction with preventative primary care, also known as developmental surveillance, has been
Child Development Assessment Overview for Children Living in Manitoba Routine monitoring of a child's developmental progress in conjunction with preventative primary care, also known as developmental surveillance, has been recommended by a number of professional bodies such as the American Academy of Pediatrics and the British Joint Working Party on Child Health Surveillance (Dworkin PH, Pediatrics 1989; 84:1000-1010). Prompt detection of developmental problems can lead to early intervention for those conditions where definitive therapies are available. Even in conditions where specific interventions do not exist, early intervention can improve children's outcomes and assist families in accessing appropriate resources. Primary care physicians are in an excellent position to monitor children's progress and refer those children felt to be at risk of developmental problems for further comprehensive evaluation. The goal of developmental surveillance is to identify children who may have a disability or be at risk of disability so that diagnostic assessment and services can be provided in a timely fashion.

65. US Health Care Associations And Societies
Catholic Health Association of the United States This a newsstand, information on longterm care, mission services child Welfare League of America Looking for public/making better choices/health care links/us h

66. NCCP | Child Care Research Partnership Reports
of Human Services; New Jersey Association of child two sources (1) member child care research and referral (CCR R) agencies/networks describing regulated
50-State Policies 50-State Demographics 50-State Economic Conditions Family Resource Simulator ... Income Converter STATE PROFILES National Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming POLICY PROFILES Child Care Cred, Fed Child Care Cred, State CCDF Subsidies Child Support Enforce EITC, Federal EIC's, State Food Stamps Minimum Wage Public Health-Children Public Health-Parents Section 8 Housing TANF Cash Assistance Unemployment Ins Home Archived Publications Child Care Research Partnership Reports Child Care Research Partnership Reports To better inform child care policymaking, in 1995 the Child Care Bureau of the Administration for Children and Families in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services began funding Child Care Research Partnerships. These partnerships use existing data collected for administrative and other purposes to increase understanding of child care markets for low-income families and the impact of child care policies on them. The partnerships are composed of university-based researchers and state- and city-level agencies responsible for child care services, including subsidies and resource and referral.

67. ECRP: Electronic Serials Related To Early Childhood Education
networks An Online Journal for Teacher Research This safety and health care for children in child care. of the NAECS/SDE (National Association of Early
Electronic Serials Related to
Early Childhood Education
This page lists electronic serials on the Web. Serials may be electronic-only or available in both print and electronic formats. The serials may provide every article, selected articles, or no articles in full-text. Some journals provide only a table of contents or summaries of articles. Some journals or serials are free of charge while others require a subscription fee. The format of articles is typically in HTML or PDF. Journals and Magazines Newsletters and News-Related Serials
Journals and Magazines
  • Child Care Provider Magazine
    Selected articles from this magazine are available on the Web site of the Child Care Parent/Provider Information Network. Child Welfare Review: An Internet Journal on Child Welfare
    This journal covers issues related to the well-being of children. It contains both original articles and links to articles elsewhere on the Internet. Articles are organized into six categories: child abuse, foster care and adoption, welfare reform and children, child poverty and inequality, child advocacy, and values and children. Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood
    A refereed, free-access, international research journal that provides a forum for researchers and professionals who are exploring new and alternative perspectives in their work with young children (from birth to eight years of age) and their families.

68. Center For Evidence-Based Practice: Young Children With Challenging Behavior. Pr
NAEYC), National Association of child care Resource and These associations will represent important national mental health professionals; child welfare services
About Us Who We Are Resources Presentations and Workshops ... Home
Primary Partners
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION PARTNERSHIPS The Center is collaborating with national membership associations to extend the impact of its work on young children's social/emotional development and challenging behavior by: (1) ensuring the efficacy and social validity of its work, (2) increasing the likelihood of implementation of evidence-based practices at the local level, and (3) promoting systems change nationwide. The Center has Primary Partner Associations, which are: National Association for Bilingual Education (NABE), National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), National Association of Child Care Resource and Referral Agencies (NACCRRA), National Black Child Development Institute (NBCDI), Division for Early Childhood of the Council for Exceptional Children (DEC), and National Head Start Association (NHSA), and will have numerous Associate Partner Associations. Key Objectives of the Partnerships
  • To advance a "unified message" of the importance of evidence-based practices in the field by those who provide leadership and trusted guidance—the national associations.

69. Celebrate National Family Week, November 21-27, 2004
Families Moline, IL child care Association of Illinois connect them to networks of support selfsufficiency, reliable child care, dependable transportation
November 21-27, 2004
Millions of families
sharing a celebration of
community. Thousands of
organizations, groups,
and businesses reaching
out in tandem to support
children and families. Hundreds of events
nationwide paying tribute
to the value of
connections. One simple concept Children live better lives when their families are strong, and families are strong when they live in communities that connect them to networks of support. Support National Family Week Nov. 21-27, 2004 2004 Button; kicking things off in Yonkers, NY. Button Brigade NFW 2004 Materials Close to Heart 2004 Poster Our 2004 National Family Week poster says it all and wears its message proudly in the form of more than 20 button-popping medallions on a field of cherry red. Carrying important NFW messages such as the celebration's 2004 dates, web site address, and 800-number, our beautiful

70. NC Child Care Health And Safety Resource Center
care networks A child care Resource Referral Agency in Chatham County; Healthy child care America - Back to Sleep Campaign; NAEYC - National Association for
Links Related Links Healthy Child Care NC Links Categories Health Safety Child Care Legislative ... More Resources
This Area Only Health
  • AAP - American Academy of Pediatrics AAP - Immunization Initiatives AAP - Recommmended Childhood and Adolescent Immunization Schedule - U.S., January - June 2004 - Disaster preparedness to meet children's needs CCHP - California Childcare Health Program CDC - Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CDC - Influenza (Flu) Child Care Information Exchange - 2002 Update on Hand Hygiene in Child (Day) Care Settings Henry The Hand Foundation - Promotion of National Hand Washing Awareness Week KidsHealth - The Nemours Foundation

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71. Nontraditional Employment For Women -- Childcare Resource Guide
2423. childcare networks. childcare Network, Phone, Neighborhoods. Citizen State Area. Family child care Citywide Association, Inc. PO Box
Childcare Resource Guide
This childcare resource guide lists local childcare networks and referral agencies. Childcare referral agencies can help locate providers who offer flexible hours of care to meet the needs of working parents. Childcare networks make referrals to childcare providers within the network, and they are responsible for monitoring their members. Childcare providers accept ACD, Begin and/or private payments. This resource guide is a work in progress and will be updated periodically. Please contact NEW with any questions or suggestions you may have.
City Agencies
City Agency Phone Comments Agency for Child Development
109 East 16th Street
New York, New York 10003
This agency provides subsidized childcare for eligible families. Call this agency to apply for subsidized childcare. New York City Department of Health
160 West 100th Street,
New York, New York 10025 This agency certifies childcare providers by checking for criminal record and performing safety inspections of the childcare facilities. Call this agency to verify that a provider is registered and to find out if it has a complaint history.
Childcare Referral Services
Childcare Referral Service Phone Comments Childcare, Inc.

72. Symposium At NACCRRA | The Nation's Network Of Child Care Resource And Referral
Sullivan, Michigan 4C Association; Marsha Thompson, Indiana Association for child care Resource approaches used by CCR Rs and state networks that have

73. Publications At NACCRRA | The Nation's Network Of Child Care Resource And Referr
care Data Presented at the National Association of Welfare CCR R in designing a national child care financing system and local R Rs and state networks can use
Home @ NACCRRA Programs Public Policy ...
Press Releases

NACCRRA sites only
Web sites
TO ORDER NACCRRA PUBLICATIONS Please mail or fax a completed Publication Order Form to:
NACCRRA, Attn: Publications
1319 F Street NW, Suite 500
Washington, DC 20004
Fax: 202-393-1109
To order Child Care Aware publications, please visit:
Recent Publications 2003 NACCRRA Annual Report 2003 NACCRRA Annual Report (1.2 MB) Printed copies are available: (Member: $3.00, Non-Member: $5.00) 2004 NACCRRA Public Policy Agenda 2004 Public Policy Agenda (892 KB) Printed copies are available: (Member: $3.00, Non-Member: $5.00) Functional Cost Analyses of State Child Care Resource and Referral Systems A Look at Six States: Kansas, Maine, Missouri, New York, Utah, and Vermont Analyses by Patrick E. Gannon, CPA and Colleen Ann Smith. Compiled by Debra Al-Salam Functional Cost Analyses of State Child Care Resource and Referral Systems (113 KB) Printed copies are available: (Member: $2.50, Non-Member: $5.00) Brochure - About NACCRRA Download Brochure - About NACCRRA (1.5 MB)

74. Office Of The Deputy Prime Minister - NCFSC - Community Networks And Other Resou
child care provides a particularly important opportunity to of play for Asian children from birth to the National Neighbourhood Watch Association and local
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Foundation stones Hot Topics ... CFS Directory In Toolbox Site at this position: Home Target Audience Ethnic Communities
Target Audience - Ethnic Communities
Community networks and other resources
View Printer Friendly Version Add to Link Basket Community networks and other resources Useful sources of information recommended action: go to Community partnerships
Community networks and other resources
Community contacts through community health and safety
National and local community campaigns, dealing with a variety of social and health issues, reach all sections of the community. To supplement your brigade ethnic community strategy, you may find it helpful to make full use of Year Planner events such as 'No Smoking Day' and 'Child Safety Week'. As well as addressing the wider community concerns, these occasions provide an important and relevant link to fire risk and community safety awareness. In the same way, doctors' surgeries, mother and baby clinics, district nurses and other care agencies will be closely involved with all sections of the community, through health improvement programmes and other local partnerships. Brigades should explore opportunities to present and promote fire safety messages through these outlets. The NCFSC supports national developments that have a strong local influence. Child care provides a particularly important opportunity to increase safety awareness. Current initiatives include the DETR/Child Accident Prevention Trust

75. Connecticut Head Start State Collaboration Office
continues to work closely with Healthy child care Connecticut around and mental health in early care settings. along with state Head Start associations and the
Connecticut Head Start
State Collaboration Office
The Connecticut Head Start State Collaboration Office (HSSCO) was established in 1996 through a grant under the federal Head Start Act. There are 52 Head Start State Collaboration Offices, one in every state as well as in the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. The purpose of the Head Start State Collaboration initiative, as outlined in federal legislation, is to integrate the lessons learned from Head Start, the nation's 35-year-old early childhood laboratory, and the services of local Head Start programs with state efforts in early care and education.
State collaboration offices have eight priority areas that guide them in their work with states. These include health, child care, education, literacy, welfare reform, national service, homelessness, and children with special needs. Special efforts are made to establish collaborative Head Start - child care initiatives at the state and local levels, In all of the priority areas, state collaboration offices work very closely with their state Head Start Association to achieve mutual goals.
In Connecticut, the initial work of the HSSCO, under the name of the Governor's Collaboration for Young Children, involved the development of a strategic plan that resulted from the work of more than 300 individuals who participated on a Coordinating Council, a Parent Council, a Steering Committee and 5 work groups, including Healthy Child Care Connecticut. The Priorities and Plan for Action was published and widely disseminated in the fall of 1998. Also that year, the HSSCO facilitated statewide forums on services for infants and toddlers and on school-age child care and secured supplemental funds to support infant- toddler services planning at the local level.

76. CMHA - ACSM - Research
The Canadian Mental Health Association. By gathering information, building networks and raising awareness to investigate how Canadian child care centres can
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CAMIMH Framework for Support ... Report on Mental Illness in Canada
The purpose behind CMHA's research activities is two-fold.
  • We seek to expand the CMHA knowledge base relating to service provision for consumers and the promotion of mental health. Secondly, we promote research by collaborating with other organizations.
Recovery Rediscovered: Implications for Mental Health Policy in Canada - July 2003
The Canadian Mental Health Association By: Barbara Everett / Barb Adams
Jean Johnson / George Kurzawa
Marion Quigley / Marion Wright
Bonnie Pape Read the report - Word PDF

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77. Generations United
is administered by the National Association of Area to economic opportunities, social networks, and services opportunities, education, and child care as well


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National Center on
Grandparents and Other Relatives Raising Children
Generations United (GU) National Center on Grandparents and Other Relatives Raising Children seeks to improve the quality of life of these caregivers and the children they are raising. Using an intergenerational framework that considers the needs of each generation in these families, we are educating policy makers at the national, state and local levels, raising awareness among professionals in the public and private sectors, and providing education and training to service practitioners. As an organization focused on promoting intergenerational programs and policies, GU is in a unique position to address the issue of relatives raising children from the perspectives of both the young and old. As a result, GU has emerged as a national leader in a growing field of organizations working to support these families.
Information and Resources Children's Defense Fund

78. The Nova Scotia Association Of Social Workers
Canadian Policy Research networks. Canadian Council on Social Development. Canadian Association on Gerontology. Canadian child care Federation.

79. Index International Network For Research For Elder Care
or other elderly relative by an adult child;. between coresident and extra resident care;. Analyze associations between living arrangements, especially living
I nternational N etwork for R esearch on E lder C are INREC The International Network for Research on Elder Care (INREC), founded in 1998, comprises a group of social and behavioral-science researchers from several countries whose interests lie at the intersection of several topics:
  • the demography of population aging and of family and social-support networks in old age; patterns and trends in disease, functioning, and disabilities that give rise to needs for personal care in old age; and patterns of exchange and support between generations, including the care received by older persons unable to live independently; the respective roles of family members and of formal or institutional service providers in those care patterns; and the impact of public policies on those patterns.
INREC was founded in response to the shared feeling among its members that their countries exhibit common demographic patterns and trends, as well as distinctive variations on these common patterns, that comparative research particularly fruitful. Each country represented in the Network is experiencing population aging, and, as a consequence, faces pressures on key social institutions-the family and the state-to deal with growing demands to serve the needs of its older population.
Activities Meetings ... Projects
The goals of INREC include the following:
  • to formulate research questions, and carry out comparative research projects, that will quantify and permit projections of the processes of population aging and the evolution of family networks;

80. Kznaidslink - Building Organisations And Networks
Thandanani Association Activities Empowering communities to care for children at of community development workers and hospital child care workers.
On this page
African Enterprise
AIDS Foundation of SA Clermont AIDS Desk Diakonia ... Vusimpilo BUILDING CAPACITY IN ORGANISATIONS, NETWORKS AND COMMUNITIES African Enterprise
Networking with churches and Christian groups to build partnerships and deliver services and aid at lcoal level. Life skills training in schools.
Expertise to share:
Forming partnerships.
Life skills training.

Cindy Easterday HIV/AIDS Coordinator 1 Nonsuch Rd, Cascades, Pietermaritzburg, 3201 P.O.Box 13140 Cascades 3202 tel: (033) 3471911 fax: (033) 3471915 AIDS Foundation of South Africa Activities: Donor organisation providing funding and capacity-building assistance to HIV/AIDS NGOs and CBOs in KZN, Free State and Mpumalanga Expertise to share: Children's development issues. Youth. Women and violence.

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