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Different Websites and Their Uses

Contents

  • The Children’s Creative Centre
  • New England Farmer’s Council
  • The potty Dance Site
  • A curriculum cite
  • Information from the EEC cite
  • American Red Cross because all staff is first aid/cpr certified
  • Nutrition
  • WIC program

The Children’s Creative Centre

A website for a Children’s Creative Centre creates immense values in promoting the centre and its activities. This enables many new families to be reached as a means of public relations. A thoughtfully created and maintained website enormously helps parents to relate effectively with the management of the children’s centre.

The website will only be a valuable marketing tool if parents can easily find it. The Children’s Creative Centre is affiliated to the following bodies: WIC Program, New England Farmer’s Council, The Potty Dance, EEC site, and the American Red Cross, amongst others.

Different Websites and Their Uses

New England Farmer’s Council[1]

New England Farmer’s Council and affiliated agencies assist migrant and seasonal farm workers and their families, as well as other low income families. It was established in 1971, and has become a multi faceted human services agency with the sole aim of improving the quality of life all over the North East.

The agency also serves inner city; low income groups especially the Hispanics in Western and north central Massachusetts, central Connecticut, Rhode Island, and southern New Hampshire.

The Main programs offered are: Home Energy Assistance, Voucher Day Care, Emergency Shelter Assistance, Employment and job training for migrant seasonal workers, Youth programs, AmeriCorps/VISTA, and Youth Mentoring Program. They can help in childcare, heating bills, farm worker support, earning a GED, finding shelter, paying rent, job training, and residential services.

The Potty Dance Site[2]

The Wow Kid stuff has a creative team at Kimberly-Clark have a touch of wacky brilliance. They have taken the Potty Dance to the next level. The characters such as reggae man, ballet dancer, and other random characters create a connection between a disco dancer and potty training training diapers.

The Potty Dance has staying power; it provides some of the most adorable ways to talk about the potty. They offer overwhelming eight versions of the Potty Dance Song that is undoubtedly catchy. The site is comprehensive and includes tools that are friendly to parents such as potty training, mobile application, and even reward points for moms.

It is catchy, cute, and engages Mom’s with rewards and tools. It is very easy to join, use, and very interactive.

A Curriculum Cite[3]

Promising Practices Network website offers curriculum services that work for children and families. The HighSope Perry Preschool Program outcome areas are Healthy and Safe Children, Children Ready for School, and Children Succeeding in School. The curriculum covers early childhood education program, and is an open framework of educational ideas and practices based on natural development of young children. The curriculum acknowledges children as active learners, who learn best from experiences they prepare, conduct and focus on themselves.

The HighSope Perry Preschool Program, conducted from 1962 to 1997, was provided to 3 and 4 year old African-American children from low income neighbourhoods in Ypsilanti, Michigan.

Information from the EEC Cite[4]

The EEC’s Professional Qualifications Registry is a Department of Early Education and Care. The educators work in programs that serve the interest of children from birth through to school age. It encourages all educators to take advantage of of the PQ registry, including those who work in preschools and other programs that are not subject to EEC incense. Those educators working in Massachusetts are complied to register with the 2010 Family, Group and School Age Child Care Regulations, and are required to update their registration annually.

EEC’s new Professional Qualifications Registry gathers important information on the size, composition, education, and experience of their current workforce. It also store information about retention and turnover of educators working in early education and out of school time programs. This information is helpful EEC build a workforce development system that responds to the needs of all educators and programs in Massachusetts.

American Red Cross Because all Staff is First Aid/CPR Certified[5]

Eastern Ontario First Aid and CPR Training courses are an authorized provider by the Canadian Red Cross. They offer Standard First Aid or Emergency Training, Full First Aid, and CPR courses or just recertification.  Their trainers have been in this field for over ten years.  They offer these courses to businesses, individuals, and groups. These courses cover everything from Construction Industry First Aid Training to child and infant CPR. They have the expertise at the right price.

Nutrition[6]

Laboure College in Dorchester, Massachusetts offers a Nutrition and Food Management technology program. This program is guided by the mission of the college to provide opportunities to a diverse population of students to become registered dietetic technicians. The curriculum supports individual development and prepares students in a wide variety of health care settings for jobs in the nutrition industry.

These graduates fit well in dare care centres and schools managing employees, purchasing, food preparation, and preparing budgets within foodservice operations.

WIC Program[7]

This is a government website that works with women, infants, and children nutrition programs. Popularly known as WIC, it helps pregnant women, new mothers and young children learn to stay healthy about nutrition. Nutrition education and counselling, nutritious foods, and help accessing health care are provided to low-income women, infants, and children through the WIC program. WIC also refers clients to numerous organizations and initiatives in the area of health and social services. Studies show that WIC plays an important role in improving birth outcomes and containing health care[8] costs. WIC has a positive impact on children’s diets. WIC strengthens infant feeding practices by positively promoting breastfeeding as the optimal feeding strategy for infants. WIC clients have improved rates of childhood immunizations and a regular source of health care

  • [1] https://www.partnersforcommunity.org
  • [2] https://wowkidstuff.com
  • [3] https://www.promisingpractices.net
  • [4] www.eec.state.ma.us
  • [5] https://www.firstaid4u.ca
  • [6] https://www.laboure.edu
  • [7] WIC program
  • [8] https://www.amarillo.gov

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