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Going to Childcare By Mark Daniel Osborne
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Ollie's father walks with him to childcare. This is Ollie's story.
Childcare for a Greener Generation: Sustainability 101 for Childcare Facilities By Strategic Sustainability Consulting
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This book, Childcare for a Greener Generation, is designed to help guide your restaurant on a path to sustainability. Its three sections work together to form a comprehensive resource for childcare... More > providers, owners and managers, from initially asking the right questions about "going green" to harnessing the entire staff's skills and enthusiasm—from simple steps for energy efficiency and water conservation to collaboration with parents in the local community. *Note: this book makes reference to an associated CD of helpful sustainability assessment spreadsheets - you may purchase these "Assessment Tools" separately from SSC.*< Less
Childcare for a Greener Generation: Sustainability 101 for Childcare Facilities By Strategic Sustainability Consulting
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This book, Childcare for a Greener Generation, is designed to help guide your restaurant on a path to sustainability. Its three sections work together to form a comprehensive resource for childcare... More > providers, owners and managers, from initially asking the right questions about "going green" to harnessing the entire staff's skills and enthusiasm—from simple steps for energy efficiency and water conservation to collaboration with parents in the local community. *Note: this book makes reference to an associated CD of helpful sustainability assessment spreadsheets - you may purchase these "Assessment Tools" separately from SSC.*< Less
Illinois Childcare Funding By Marie Oberle
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Running a daycare and keeping it up to date can be hard work and expensive! I am sure you have heard about grants that are available for daycares, but how do you find them? I have compiled a list... More > containing over 80 pages of links for Child Care funding in Illinois. You will receive information on how to go about applying for funding and funding regulations.< Less
The Guide to Childcare Etiquette: Good Form for Providers and Parents in an Increasingly Rude World By Melissa Richard
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A brief guidebook to etiquette among childcare providers and parents in the age of anonymous Internet ads and cell phone meetings. Includes tips on courtesy and respect, as well as practical advice... More > for parents and providers alike.< Less
The Guide to Childcare Etiquette: Good Form for Providers and Parents in an Increasingly Rude World By Melissa Richard
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A brief guidebook to etiquette among childcare providers and parents in the age of anonymous Internet ads and cell phone meetings. Includes tips on courtesy and respect, as well as practical advice... More > for parents and providers alike.< Less
Current Support Systems for Lesbian Parented Families in Childcare Centers and Elementary Schools of Atlanta, Georgia By Alison Armbrecht
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This thesis was a qualitative research project in order to determine the quality and types of support that parents who are homosexual, particularly lesbians, receive from childcare centers and... More > elementary schools within Atlanta, Georgia. Curriculum and overall policies of schools and a center were considered along with stories of lesbian parents’ actual experiences. It explored support systems for the families themselves as well as what methods might be used to promote and support these families to those who attend their centers and schools who do not share in this demographic.< Less
The "People Power" Family Superbook Book 3. Family Issues (Christian Family, Gay Family, Adoptions, Childcare, Grandparents, Genealogy, Entertaining, Housekeeping, Cleaning) By Tony Kelbrat
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Look in both the Yellow and White pages of your phone book under Social Service Organizations for the Parent Assistant Line. There are parenting classes around. Check around through the YMCA and... More > other social support agencies. Practical household books start at #640 and go to #649. There are many food preparation books at #641, child rearing at #649. 640. Household Stuff. 641. Food and drink. 642. Food and meal service. 643. Home improvement. 644. Household utilities. 645. Household furnishings. 646. Clothing, cosmetics, love, family issues. 647. Housekeeping. 648. Household sanitation. 649. Family life, child rearing, home nursing. If you're looking for real estate and home information, refer to both my real estate and home book or go to #332.70 to #333 at the library. For information about educating children in the academic sense as opposed to the parenting sense, refer to my education book or go to #370 to #379 and #792-793 (educational recreation activities) at the library.< Less
The "People Power" Family Superbook: Book 3. Family Issues (Christian, Gay, Adoption, Childcare, Grandparents, Genealogy, Entertaining, Housekeeping, Cleaning) By Tony Kelbrat
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From a moral, spiritual religious view, I was raised as a Catholic and regardless of my lifestyle now, I still think children should be brought up with religious values. We went to church every... More > Sunday as a family where we saw other families just like ourselves there. I believe that parents of children up to at least the age of 14 should go to church every Sunday with them to give them a religious base that they at least know about and can build on later should they choose to. I know that children raised without church often grow up missing a kind of community sense that I grew up with in the church. At the very least, church gives children a moral foundation and a sense of community to know that they belong to this religious group that is geared for goodness over evil. You need family values one way or another. You can extend family solidarity by having family prayers before meals and at bedtime and have Bible readings and Bible studies.< Less
The “People Power” Job Superbook: Book 31. the Helping Professions (Social Work, Mental Health, Substance Abuse, Rehabilitation, Caregiving, Childcare) By Tony Kelbrat
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Helpers are mostly people who help others one-on-one in: mental matters spiritual matters physical matters as in rehabilitation after injury or illness practical matters, get a house, get a job,... More > start a business, etc. Some helping occupational titles are as follows: clergy college and student personnel workers community outreach workers equal employment opportunity nd affirmative action specialists guidance counselors human services workers mental health counselors occupational therapists occupational therapy assistants personnel workers physical therapy assistants and aides psychiatric aides psychiatrists psychologists religious workers social workers special education counselors training and employee development specialists< Less