Resources for Parents

All young children need quality care no matter where they are; at home with a parent, being cared for by a relative, or in a child care setting. Quality care is care that promotes the optimal growth and development of children in a safe and healthy nurturing environment.

What to look for in Quality Child Care

  • Health
  • Safety
  • A Good Physical Environment
  • Caring Adult Interactions
  • Activities to Promote Healthy Growth & Development
  • Well Trained Caregivers
  • Optimal Adult-to-child ratios
 

 

 

Parents as Partners in Promoting Healthy and Safe Child Care

For further information please visit the  Healthy Kids, Healthy Care Website

 

Many excellent resources for parents are available online. At the Office of Child Care website you can find:

Resources for parents, Financial assistance for child care           

 

The Bureau of Licensing recommends that after receiving a list of potential providers, you visit them to assess the services they offer. After you have selected a potential child care provider for your child/children, you can call their southern regional office at 800-894-2588 to find out the inspection results for that provider.

 

 

Parenting Tips                                           

All parents need a little advice now and then.  Here are tips on some parenting basics.

 


 


 

 

 


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