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Child Care is Unaffordable Across the Nation

That’s the bottom line from CCAoA’s just-published report on Parents and the High Cost of Child Care: 2017. Our signature annual report is now in its eleventh year and this year, as in previous years, child care represents one of the most significant expenses in parents’ budgets. In all regions of the country, families average… Read more »

Child Care Aware® of America’s 11th Annual Cost of Care Report Shows Child Care Outpaces Nearly All Other Family Expenses Nationwide

Cost of Care Report Shows No State Has Affordable, Quality Care Leaving Advocates Working Tirelessly Across the Country Massachusetts, Utah, Oregon, Minnesota, New York, Washington, and Hawaii Top Nation’s Unaffordability List for Infants and Toddlers WASHINGTON, DC — Child Care Aware® of America today released its annual Parents and the High Cost of Child Care: 2017… Read more »

The Role Families Play in Identifying Child Care Challenges and Identifying Solutions

Children and their families are the heart of early care and education. We know that when child care providers and early educators work in close concert with families. Young children gain a stronger foundation for learning and development, Overall family well-being is enhanced, and The early care workforce experiences greater job satisfaction, and frequent turnover… Read more »

How Vroom Can Help Providers and Parents Have Fun While Brain Building

Amy Ornelas, a child care provider and grandparent and one of our Vroom Week winners, was thrilled to celebrate with us. She has been an avid user of the Vroom App, and wanted to share her experience for parents, grandparents and providers and how it has helped her. Vroom Week, which was held October 16-20,… Read more »

Child Care Aware® of America and Good360 Partner to Send Care Packages to Puerto Rico Families

On November 15, employees from Child Care Aware® of America, Good360, and Charles River Associates worked together to assemble disaster relief kits for Niño’s de Nueva Esperanza child care center in Sabana Seca, Puerto Rico. Volunteers assembled 150 kits that will be sent alongside thousands of other donations garnered by Good360 to families struggling to… Read more »

Handwashing is Key to Flu Prevention This Season!

Health services across the world are preparing for the worst flu season in history amid fears that the vaccines used to stop the influenza virus will not be as effective this year. Fortunately, there is a simple way to prevent the spread of disease and infection to keep you and the people around you safe… Read more »

Video: How Finding the Perfect Child Care Provider Is Possible

On October 18, I had the privilege and honor of sharing my personal experience in searching for the “perfect” child care setting for my two beautiful, smart, amazing, super energized daughters. Alongside four other incredible and inspiring Kansas City mothers, we had the opportunity to participate in a family voices panel to express our successes… Read more »

The Top 5 Things CCR&Rs Should Do Before a Disaster

As the end of the year nears, CCAoA’s Emergency Preparedness Team has been reflecting on the disasters that struck in 2017. Top-of-mind, of course, are the hurricanes—Harvey, Irma, and Maria. Our team worked directly with CCR&Rs affected by the storms and the providers they serve. This is the first of three blogs on lessons learned… Read more »

Voices for Healthy Kids Calls for Early Care and Education Campaign Proposals

Every child deserves the chance to eat healthy food and play every day. Because 60 percent of children under age six spend much of their time in care outside of their homes, early care and education settings are important places for children to build healthy habits. To make sure that happens, groups around the country… Read more »

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