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Parents have many decisions to make in their child’s lifetime. Who should I choose for their doctor? What is the best child care program? Is it better if I stay home and don’t work? What about schools? How about immunizations?
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“I have great respect for the tens of thousands of family child care providers I have met and talked with over the years. You have tackled a tremendously difficult job with love and hard work that often goes unacknowledged. Our society doesn't value its children and those who care for them the way it should.” —Tom Copeland
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As a consultant, I hear a lot about how hard it is to keep on file all the forms required by DHS, for each child in care. It is a lot of work on the provider’s part to keep track of who needs what forms updated and when...
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Sometimes it seems that children function in two distinct gears, happy and mad. They act in dramatic attention seeking ways to make us very aware of their feelings. They may hit, bite, scream, bang their heads or use a number of other creative ways to express themselves...
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Every parent worries about sending their little one off to school for the first time. It is perfectly normal to question whether your child is ready or not, unfortunately there is not a clear cut answer...
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News


Posted by ICCRR in News on 6/11/2019
DHS releases FAQ regarding changes to Mandatory Reporter Child Abuse and Dependent Adult Abuse training.
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Posted by ICCRR in News on 5/31/2019
The strong storms and increased rainfall this spring is causing flooding and damage in many Iowa counties. Child care providers need to let the Department of Human Services (DHS) know if your child care business has been impacted and if so, the extent of the damage.
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