Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta (CHOA) will be hosting a webinar on Sept. 21 from 1-2 p.m. Find more details on our events page.
You’ve got questions, and we’ve got answers! Following are some links that we think you might find helpful: CDC COVID Vaccine Flyer CDC Frequently Asked Questions about COVID-19 Vaccination CDC Key Things to Know About COVID-19 Vaccines Georgia Vaccination Plan Georgia Vaccination Registration
Brazelton Touchpoints Center is hosting this interactive series through the end of April. This free webinar series will offer honest conversations for Black parents and between Black parents. Join the open conversations with inspiring guests. We hope the Parenting While Black series will provide a welcoming space for sharing strengths-based and culturally responsive ideas. The series will… Read more »
Georgia Rules and Regulations (cited below) require licensed child care programs to have a plan for handling various potential emergency situations. CCLC: 591-1-1-.21(1)(p) FCCLH: 290-2-3-.11(2)(a) Fortunately, there are many resources available to help programs get ready. Following are some of our favorites. If you still need help after checking out these tools and tips, you… Read more »
Spring marks the time of year when we begin to see begin to see green shamrocks, yellow chicks followed by pink and blue baby gear. While most births actually happen in August and September, March is the month when companies know that we’re ready to spend money on all things babies. It’s a season of… Read more »
From DECAL: The Georgia Foundation for Early Care and Learning is launching a Daily PPE Giveaway for child care programs in Georgia! At the end of each day, they will pick a winner and ship the provider a huge box full of PPE including digital thermometers, hand sanitizer, wipes, face tissues, baby wipes, disinfectant sprays, etc. Over… Read more »
Presents the Online Learning Library Initiative (OLLI) Interested in starting a child care program? Need help with behavior and classroom management or intentional teaching practices, etc.? OLLI can help! OLLI houses free Department of Early Care and Learning (DECAL) approved training courses for Georgia child care providers and trainers covering the following topics: Child Care… Read more »
Greetings Community Partners, The Georgia Department of Early Care & Learning invites early learning professionals, leaders, and community partners to join together for a one-day virtual summit on trauma-informed approaches for supporting young children and their families. This summit will help you become more trauma informed as you work with families to build resilience and… Read more »