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81. SOSIG: Sociology Of Children
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Resource Type Search in whole catalogue current section Top 50 sites in Sociology Advanced Search Thesauri Map of the Sociology section Browse Related Sections Developmental Psychology Families Internet Resources Listed By Type alphabetically Europe UK For a short description click the title. To access the resource directly click Bibliographic Databases Up ChildData Companies Up Bully OnLine Data Up ESDS Longitudinal National Data Archive on Child Abuse and Neglect Educational Materials Up Fatherhood:The Parent Role History of Education and Childhood FAQS Up Questions and Answers about Memories of Childhood Abuse Raising Children to Resist Violence: What You Can Do Violence on Television: What do Children Learn? What Can Parents Do? ... What Makes Kids Care? Teaching Gentleness in a Violent World Government Publications Up Marketing of Violent Entertainment to Children Governmental Bodies Up Danish National Institute of Social Research Office of Educational Research and Improvement (OERI) Journals (contents and abstracts) Up Child and Family Social Work Child Care in Practice Child: Care, Health and Development

82. NACCRRA | The Nation's Network Of Child Care Resource And Referral
NACCRRA is the national network for communitybased child care resource and referral agencies. Our organization is a common-ground where families, child care providers, and communities can share
Home @ NACCRRA Programs Public Policy ...
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Child Care Aware

NACCRRA announces Operation Child Care, a program designed to support the short-term child care needs of National Guard and Reserve members in Operation Iraqi Freedom or Operation Enduring Freedom.
More About Operation Child Care

Child Care Providers Volunteer Services To Support Troops
Promoting national policies and partnerships that facilitate universal access to quality child care. Join/Renew Your Membership More About Membership This project is coordinated by the combined efforts of The Center for Evidence-Based Practice: Young Children with Challenging Behavior (CEBP), and the Center on Social and Emotional Foundations for Early Learning (CSEFEL). More Resources to Support Challenging Behavior A collaborative partnership between NACCRRA and the American Business Collaboration for Quality Dependent Care (ABC) that brings quality trainings to child care providers in local communities across the nation.

83. Online NewsHour: Child Care Issues -- October 23, 1997
BRINGING UP BABY. October 23, 1997. NEWSHOUR TRANSCRIPT. The White House hosted a daylong conference focusing on how to make child care safer, more available and more affordable. mothers do not
October 23, 1997
NEWSHOUR TRANSCRIPT The White House hosted a day-long conference focusing on how to make child care safer, more available and more affordable. After a background report , Phil Ponce explores the issues surrounding child care with Ellen Galinsky, the head of the Families and Work Institute; Marcy Whitebook, co-director of the National Center for the Early Childhood Work Force; Stanley Greenspan, a clinical professor of psychiatry and pediatrics; and Charmaine Yoest, so fellow at the University of Virginia. A RealAudio version of this segment is available. NEWSHOUR LINKS: February 6, 1997
States try to find child care for welfare receipients moving into the workforce
May 29, 1997:
A report on child on brain development leads to a call for better child care. January 22, 1997:
In a dialogue with David Gergen, Anne Roiphe talks about her book, Fruitful: A Real Mother In The Modern World Browse the NewsHour's coverage of youth , and welfare OUTSIDE LINKS The National Child Care Information Center homepage.
PHIL PONCE: Now, four perspectives on child care problems and solutions. Two of our guests were at the White House conference today. Ellen Galinsky is the head of the Families and Work Institute in New York. Marcy Whitebook is a co-director of the National Center for the Early Childhood Work Force in Washington. We’re also joined by Stanley Greenspan, a clinical professor of psychiatry and pediatrics at George Washington University, and Charmaine Yoest, a University of Virginia Government Department fellow and co-author of

84. Canadian Child Care Federation -
Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment A of physicians, allied health care practitioners and disability, cultural diversity, child wellbeing

CCCF Websites
Government CCCF Affiliates Other ... Funders / Sponsors CCCF Websites
  • Centre of Excellence for Early Childhood Development
    Improves knowledge of the social and emotional development of young children by developing and disseminating scientific knowledge, and making recommendations based on that knowledge.
    Over 60 Canadian non-profit organizations have partnered to provide quality, credible resources on children and families. The managing partner is the Canadian Child Care Federation. Site offers list of current contributing partners.
    Early Learning Canada

    Site supports Trainers and Workshop Leaders of a family literacy/healthy child development program designed for parents and other adults working with young children. Healthy Spaces
    Work Family Tips

    Families help other families by finding tips and leaving tips on a variety of topics that offer strategies to help achieve better work life balance

85. BPHC - Links To Other Sites
Association of Academic Health Centers (AHC) Parlay International Health education Center for Health care Strategies, Inc MATERNAL AND child HEALTH REFERENCES.
Affiliated HHS Sites , a great starting point!
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Health Resources and Services Administration

CDC's School Health program

Sites listed by category: AIDS
AIDS Advice

The Body: A Multimedia AIDS and HIV Resources

JAMA AIDS-Related Homepage
Journal of AIDS/HIV
American College Health Association
Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ)

Alaska Primary Care Association
American Medical Association ... Health on the Net Foundation - a nonprofit organization in Geneva Illinois Primary Health Care Association Kansas Association for the Medically Underserved Louisiana Primary Care Association Medical Group Management Association ... - Primary Care Associations website Public Hospital Pharmacy Coalition (PHPC) - PHPC represents the DSH hospitals and provides advice on how to maximize use of the 340B program and ensure compliance with federal drug pricing laws. Texas Association of Community Health Centers, Inc.

86. C&FC Partner Organizations
Home child care Association of Ontario. promoting, developing and supporting homebased child care services for Guided by our experts in child development and
is a diverse group of non-profit organizations whose membership bases are very different but whose missions are firmly rooted in a commitment to the well-being of Canada's children and their families. We have come together on the World Wide Web under the banner of knowing that together we can reach a very broad audience with our important public education resources. Adoption Council of Canada promoting understanding for Canadians of all aspects of adoption for adoptees, birth parents and adoptive parents and raising awareness of the Canadian children in need of permanent homes. Alberta Association For Family Day Home Services representing approximately 80 contracted agencies in the Province, which serve approximately 8,000 children. A non profit organization in which members operate Family Day Home Programs/Agencies. All member agencies offer a quality child care service in a family environment which meets the needs of children and families in each community. The website link will be available soon. Association of Early Childhood Educators of Newfoundland and Labrador promoting a sense of pride in the profession of Early Childhood Education and providing awareness of what constitutes quality care and education for children in the provinces of Newfoundland and Labrador Association of Early Childhood Educators, Ontario

87. Just For Parent, Parenting Resources, Links
Healthy child care Association http//
Go To Continuing Education and Conferences Texas ROPER Parent Teacher Education Connection Outreach to Parents of Newborns Parent Educator Networks Career Development Library and Resources Just For Parents About Us New This Week Center for Parent Education Home Internet Links for Parents

88. AAP Children's Health Topics: CHILD CARE
Breastfeeding and child care Report. child care Health Consultants. AAP Resources. child care Health and Safety Standards and Resources. AAP Resources.
View documents in pop-up window CHILD CARE Featured Items
AAP Resources

89. Columbus Children's Hospital: Child/Family Support Services - Regional & Nationa
for the children, support groups, education, child care, respite care, counseling and In conjunction with the Acoustic Neuroma Association and the
Family Support Groups Financial Assistance Central Ohio Agencies Educational Enhancement ... About Columbus Child/Family Support Services Quick Links About Childrens Find A Doctor Find a Service Phone Directory Make a Gift Volunteer Find A Job Residency Info About Columbus OP Surgery Tour
Support Services Prevent Child Abuse Ohio Family Support Groups Financial Assistance Central Ohio Agencies ... Helpful Links
Support Services
Regional and National Support Groups
The regional or national support services listed below are support networks that are frequently used by families at Children's Hospital. There are numerous other support organizations that are not listed below.
Group Name Contact Information Description American Diabetes Association (ADA) Greg Winslow, Executive Director:
The American Diabetes Association provides diabetes testing to see if a person is at high risk for diabetes. Other services include patient education, community education, professional education and Advocacy.
Batten Disease Support Group Lance Johnston

90. Under5s - Childminding Networks - What Are They?
childminders in line with other care providers here) make observations and create records on the children. look at theNational Childminding Association Web Site.
home Childminding Networks - what are they? under5s - Childminding Networks - what are they? Childminding Networks... What is a childminding network ? Well it is the latest thing in childminding circles. Childminding networks are now beginning to be formed in different parts of the country. Helen Renouf explains what this new development actually means to parents, children and childminders. As a parent, what do networks offer? Choosing a childminder to care for your child or children can be a difficult time for parents, how do you assess who offers the best care ? By choosing a childminder who is a member of a childminding network, parents can be re-assured that they are choosing a person who is dedicated to childminding, someone who treats childminding as a career and not as a hobby. Membership of a network is no guarantee of care but it does offer some assurance that the childminder can provide consistency of care for children from 6 weeks through to primary school age. Network childminders are also checked regularly through unannounced inspections to ensure that the quality of care is maintained. Parents who use a network childminder can also obtain a financial subsidy towards the cost of their childcare through the Early Years Education (Eye) funding initiative. The provision of this funding places childminders on an equal financial footing with pre-schools and nurseries thereby giving parents a greater choice of care. This allows parents to choose the childcare most appropriate to their circumstances and to their child's needs.

91. HELP - Human Early Learning Partnership -- People - Partner Networks
BCCommunity Asset Mapping Partnership BC Aboriginal child care Society BC Association of Family Resource Programs BC Council for Families Infant Development
In addition to links with other research centres and institutes, HELP maintains strong links with government and community agencies. Research

Community Partners
Brain Research Centre (UBC)

Centre for Advancement of Child Health (SFU)
Child Welfare Research Centre (UNBC)

CIAR - Population Health Program

Centre for Health Services and Policy Research (UBC)

Centre of Excellence for Children and Adolescents with Special Needs - Task Force on Substance Abuse (UNBC)
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HELP is funded in part by the BC Ministry of Children and Family Development and works in partnership with MCFD, and with the BC Minister of State for Early Child Development. BC Ministry of Children and Family Development BC Ministry of Community, Aboriginal and Women's Services BC Ministry of Education BC Ministry of Health Services ... back to top Community Partners/Associates Community Partners and Associates are categories for affiliation for individuals external to the university setting who bring a wide range of experience to both specific projects and research activities. Partners may be actively involved in one or more core programs and projects, as well as contributing to the overall ongoing work of HELP. At times, community associates may work in residence for a specific period and share their expertise and knowledge both within and outside of HELP. BC-Community Asset Mapping Partnership BC Aboriginal Child Care Society BC Association of Family Resource Programs BC Council for Families Infant Development Program of BC HIPPY - Home Instruction Program for Preschool Youngsters

92. Links
National Governors Association (NGA National SchoolAge care Alliance. Home Page About What s New child Health Awards DataSource Publications Order
HOME: Links: Maternal and Child Health Links Home About Us What's New Directors ... Journalism Links 1225 19th Street, NW
Suite 710
Washington, DC 20036
TEL: 202-296-4426
FAX: 202-296-4319
Maternal and Child Health Links
A B C D ... Z
Action for Healthy Kids Administration for Children, Youth, and Families Child Care Bureau Early Head Start National Resource Center@ Zero to Three ... American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) Bright Futures at AAP American Medical Association (AMA) Guidelines for Adolescent Preventive Services (GAPS) American Pediatric Society/Society for Pediatric Research (APS-SPR) American Public Health Association American Public Human Services Association Association of Maternal and Child Health Programs (AMCHP) Association of State and Territorial Health Officials (ASTHO) TOP
BAM! Body and Mind Bright Futures at Georgetown University Bright Futures at AAP Bureau of Family and Community Health ... TOP
U.S. Census Bureau

93. American Nurses Association | Nursing Facts: Nursing's Agenda For Health Care Re
Reform are Advocates for child Psychiatric Nursing of Nursing; American Association of Criticalcare Nurses; American Association of Neuroscience Nurses; American

ANA's Candidate Endorsement Process

Menu: Nursing's Agenda for the Future ANA's New Headquarters Handle with Care Nurse Competence in Aging Minority Fellowship Program National Nurses Week Gov't Affairs Ethics Stakeholders Rpt Affiliates Nursing Career ANA/AJN- Columns Bioterrorism Bookstore CE Online Classifieds Convention FEDNA Hall of Fame Immunization Int'l Nursing Jobs Join/Renew ANA Member Benefits Update Contact Info Market Place Membership News Nursing Links Position- Statements Press Releases Reading Room RN=Real News Staffing Issues Standards TAN UAN Workplace- Advocacy Workplace Issues
Nursing's Agenda for Health Care Reform
Executive Summary
America's nurses have long supported our nation's efforts to create a health care system that assures access, quality, and services at affordable costs. This document presents nursing's agenda for immediate health care reform. We call for a basic "core" of essential health care services to be available to everyone. We call for a restructured health care system that will focus on the consumers and their health, with services to be delivered in familiar, convenient sites, such as schools, workplaces, and homes. We call for a shift from the predominant focus on illness and cure to an orientation toward wellness and care. The basic components of nursing's "core of care" include:
  • A restructured health care system which:
    • Enhances consumer access to services by delivering primary health care in community-based settings.

94. New England Association Of Child Welfare Commissioners And Directors At Judge Ba
have been sponsored by the Association in collaboration transitioning youth in foster care to independence collaborations between TANF and child welfare agencies
Home About Programs/Services Research ... Contact New England Association of
Child Welfare Commissioners and Directors Director: Julie Sweeney Springwater The New England Association of Child Welfare Commissioners and Directors, founded in the spring of 1984, is a consortium of the leadership of the six state government agencies providing child welfare services in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont. Members of the association are Commissioners, Directors, Deputy Commissioners, and Assistant Directors of these agencies. Together, they form a group that functions as a collective for developing and implementing effective policies and for the promotion of competent child welfare practices. Twice a year, they publish the newspaper COMMON GROUND to distribute to state agency employees and subscribers. Purpose
Strategies to Accomplish Purpose

our Newspaper ...
Jointly Convened Conferences
To provide an ongoing forum for members, staffs, and guests to: *share information pertinent to policy, practice, and operational issues;

95. Child Welfare League Of America: Child, Youth & Family Development: Child Care A
child Welfare League of America (CWLA) is the nations oldest and largest organization devoted entirely to the wellbeing of America's vulnerable children and their families. 92% of all money spent

Child Care and Development Other Links and Resources
Family Child Care Systems
DRAFT Issue Brief
"the demand for family child care is expected to grow..."
General Accounting Office (GAO) December, 1994
"In most communities, providers function in almost total isolation - they have little opportunity to share ideas, learn new skills, or provide support and guidance to one another."
Starting Points
, Carnegie Corporation, 1994
"Communities should explore the potential for developing family child care systems..."
The Study of Children in Family Child Care and Relative Care
, Families and Work Institute, 1994
As a way to clarify and better distinguish the differences between family child care systems, networks, and associations, CWLA's National Child Day Care Task Force hopes that together with other national organizations, groups, and associations, a common set of definitions will be developed and adopted. The CWLA task force has drafted the following definitions to start the process.
Family Child Care Associations
Any membership organization composed of family child care providers who join together to enhance their professionalism.

96. Web Resources
Resource Management (SHRM) National professional association focused on more time for their children while still and information about dependent care and other
For your convenience, Work-Life Resources are divided into the following categories: Certificate Programs Boston College Work/Life Certificate Program Work-Life Links Academic Institutions
Penn State - Center for Work and Family Research

The mission of the Center for Work and Family Research (CWFR) at Penn State is to promote excellence in research and education on issues at the intersections of work, family, and community. University of California - Berkley Center for Working Families
Established in September 1998, the Berkeley Center for Working Families conducts innovative, theory-generating research which sheds light on the experience of two-job families and disseminates ideas and information to the scholarly community and to the public at large through published works, public addresses, and informal consultation with business, labor, child care, educational and governmental groups. University of Minnesota - Children, Youth and Family Consortium (CYFC)

97. Improving Children's Health Through Health Services Research: Children's Health
The meeting was cosponsored by the National Association of Children s Hospitals and Institutions (NACHRI), with the Agency for Health care Policy and
Improving Children's Health Through Health Services Research
Children's Health Services Researchers Meeting
Improving Children's Health Through Health Services Research was a special 1-day meeting held June 26, 1999, in Chicago. The state of the science in children's health services research was explored, including public and private funding opportunities, networks for conducting research, and uses of research in policy and practice. The meeting was co-sponsored by the National Association of Children's Hospitals and Related Institutions (NACHRI), with the Agency for Health Care Policy and Research (AHCPR), the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), the David and Lucille Packard Foundation, the Association for Health Services Research (AHSR), the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and Data Harbor, Inc.
Welcome and Introduction
James E. Shmerling, M.B.A.
Chair, Council on Child Health Financing
National Association of Children's Hospitals and Related Institutions
LeBonheur Children's Medical Center, Inc.

98. APROSIFA - Association For The Promotion Of Comprehensive Family Health
This association was created in December 1996, and is organised 2 Receptionists; 3 Laboratory Technicians; 1 Daycare Worker to accompany the children to the
About APROSIFA APROSIFA Klinik Santé Fanm UCAP-DOMICILE Centre for Nutritional Recovery ... Beneficiaries APROSIFA , Association for the Promotion of Comprehensive Family Health (Association pour la Promotion de la Santé Intégrale de la Famille), is an organisation that manages different clinical and social action programs. This association was created in December 1996, and is organised as follows:
  • Board of Directors
    Comprised of sixteen members, the Board must meet twice per year, as well as in extraordinary situations. Administrative Council
    Co-ordination Assembly
    A more technical body, the Assembly is made up of the people responsible for the programs. The Co-ordination Assembly meets at the end of each quarter in order to assess ongoing plans and to present the planning for the next quarter.
Klinik The Klinik Santé Fanm, founded in May 1993, groups together all activities related to mother and child care. Clinical Interventions
  • Prenatal Services : Monday, Wednesday and Friday, from 7am to noon

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