This section contains the Executive Director Blog posts, and articles related to child care, education, and other topics of interest to parents, educators, child care providers, employers and businesses, and the wider community.
A New York State budget that prioritizes children is one that will not only benefit the children and their families, it will have positive implications for all of society, including our economic recovery.
Our work on behalf of children, families, and child care providers, has helped us to get through these trying times. It has given us hope for brighter days ahead.
Yale University study shows child care providers who provided care last spring during the pandemic were no more likely to contract COVID-19 than providers whose programs were closed.
Infants and toddlers learn and develop through repeated interactions and ever-evolving relationships with trusted adults. Parents and caregivers alike play a vital role! Interactions with other babies and toddlers significantly impact a young child's development; relationships with peers contributes to a child's sense of self.
Biting is a very common but challenging infant and toddler behavior. Learn ways to effectively address this behavior!
Child Care providers and parents often have questions about addressing the needs of children with special health care needs. In this article, we provide some helpful information.