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CCAoA Holds Child Care Briefing on Capitol Hill. Watch now.

Did you miss our child care policy briefing on March 23, 2017 for Congressional staffers on the issue of child care? Visit our Facebook page to see a recording of the live coverage. Approximately 45 congressional staffers attend the event when CCAoA discussed the state of public investments in child care and early childhood development… Read more »

Why I’m Not Having Children…At Least Not Anytime Soon

The most recent data shows that millennials are having children later in life than the generation before them. According to a study by Goldman Sachs, the median age for millennials to get married has increased from 23 to 30! As I get older, I am bombarded with the following question: “When are you going to… Read more »

To Make Children Healthier, We Need to Help Child Care Providers Get Healthier

Arlington, VA, March 23, 2017 – The effort to reduce the persistent problem of childhood obesity and poor eating habits may be more fully addressed by helping improve the same challenges for those empowered to teach children good habits: child care providers. Child care providers care for and promote the health and wellness of our… Read more »

Millennial Generation Faces Unprecedented Challenges in Affording Child Care

New Report Highlights a Generation Burdened with Debt, High Unemployment, and Difficult Choices Arlington, VA, March 21, 2017 – The clash between the American dream and the American reality has gotten dramatically worse for millennials seeking to have a career and family, a battle outlined in stark details in a new report by Child Care… Read more »

Health Resource Spotlight: Bring Out the Best in Your Children

Spotlight On Bring Out the Best in Your Children The Problem Parents play a key role in shaping their children’s behavior. It can be rewarding, but it can also be very difficult One Solution This guide, published by the American Academy of Pediatrics, presents 11 key concepts parents can apply in day-to-day life to influence their children’s… Read more »

Provider Health Spotlight on Tatiyana Lipinka

Spotlight Tatiyana Lipinka, Brooklyn Child Care Inc., Brooklyn, NY The Problem A lot of children think they don’t like vegetables. The Solution Prove them wrong through by showing how much fun it is to grow, eat, and play with veggies! How She Did It At Brooklyn Child Care, Tatiyana has created the equivalent of an… Read more »

Guest Blog: National Poison Prevention Week Isn’t About Removing Everything that Could Be Toxic

Poisoning is the #1 cause of injury death in the United States, and the number of children who die from poisoning has more than doubled since 1999. According to the American Association of Poison Control Centers’ National Poison Data System’s 2015 Annual Report, just under half of exposure cases managed by poison centers involved children… Read more »

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President Trump Proposes Elimination of Programs That Support Child Care

President Trump submitted his FY 2018 budget request to Congress. As expected, the President maintained his commitment to reducing all non-defense, discretionary programs by a total of $54 billion. However, his proposal includes cutting all federal support for two programs that are vital to low-income and working class communities; the 21st Century Community Learning Centers… Read more »

UPDATE: House withdraws ACA Repeal and Replace Legislation

UPDATED post: Last Friday afternoon, the House of Representatives withdrew a scheduled vote on H.R. 1628, the “American Health Care Act (AHCA) of 2017,” after it was very clear that House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) did not have the votes for passage.  This came after a late-night deal of adding a provision to H.R. 1628… Read more »

Flu Season is Still Here: Protect Yourself and the Children in Your Care

With daylight savings time here, you may think that flu season has passed; that is not necessarily the case. Although spring is near, colds and the flu can still affect all of us. According to the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), the 2016-17 flu season has been moderate and is expected to continue for several… Read more »

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