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How to Find Proper Childcare Services

Posted by Grace Youn on Dec 15, 2016 1:31:05 PM

A concern of many parents who want to return to school to better their families’ lives is finding childcare. Other family members may not be available or might not be able to provide childcare on a regular basis, so that leaves you with having to interview babysitters or childcare centers. The problem is that it can be difficult to trust someone that you do not really know with your little ones. Here are suggestions that can help make finding childcare a little less difficult! 

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Topics: public, child care

Children's Dental Health Month

Posted by Grace Youn on Feb 24, 2016 3:04:32 PM
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Did you know that February is also National Children’s Dental Health Month? This year’s theme is “Sugar Wars”! (I'm sure you got the reference.)
 
Good dental health is important at any age. Poor oral hygiene can also interfere with your child's ability to learn, which can lead to other long-term problems. 
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Topics: public, child care, health news, dental care

Going Back to School as a Single Parent

Posted by James Rosa on Oct 22, 2015 2:30:31 PM

If you’re a single parent and are unemployed or struggling to get by in a dead-end job, one of the best ways to improve your situation is by going back to school. However, one of the most common problems facing many single parents today is how to pay for childcare while attending school. Many single parents have family that can help, but some of us need a more reliable and stable child care solution. We have included some helpful resources below.

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Topics: going back to school, Department of Public Social Services, CalWORKS, Vocational Nursing, LVN, single parent, back to school, VANEEP, DPSS, child care

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