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Posted by ICCRR in News on 9/7/2023
Child Care Peer Connections supports child care providers who share a passion for the early childhood field.
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Children need and thrive with routines. Routines give them a sense of security and help them develop self-discipline.
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Brain development is one of the most important features of early childhood. Brain building is at the heart of what we do as caregivers, parents and adults who interact with children.
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Posted by Lora Patton, Region 4 Director in CCR&R Blog on 4/14/2016
What happens when that adult doesn’t have the coping mechanisms in place to deal with all of the stress? At times, it can lead to some form of abuse. There may be no intent in the actions, but at the same time, the spirit of a child can be broken.
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