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  • AEYC in Southeast Alaska - aeyc-sea.org
    a Provider AEYC Training thread Training Child Adult Care Food Program CACFP FAQ s Recipes Active Play CACFP Links Program Forms AEYC in Southeast Alaska Community Partners Early Childhood Advocacy Volunteer Opportunities Links Resources Lending Library Payment AEYC Throughout Southeast Alaska AEYC is active in Southeast Alaska supporting young children families and early learning professionals Through our liaisons in each community AEYC can connect you with Dolly Parton s Imagination

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  • Community Partners - aeyc-sea.org
    state and local organizations to 1 Support parents as the child s first and most important teacher 2 Enrich the quality of care and education of early learning programs and 3 To mobilize community support to ensure all children have the support they need to grow and thrive thread Best Beginnings Alaska Children s Trus t Alaska Dept of Education Child Nutrition Program Alaska AEYC Parents As Teachers Dolly Parton

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  • Early Childhood Advocacy - aeyc-sea.org
    alerts The HEARTS Initiative The HEARTS Initiative Hiring Educating and Retaining Teaching Staff i s an initiative based on recommendations developed through a two year strategic planning process involving the Association for the Education of Young Children AEYC Partnerships for Families and Children the Juneau Economic Development Council JEDC the Juneau Child Care Association and Juneau Child Care Task Force members The initiative asks for funding from the City Borough of Juneau to support educational incentives fee waivers and reimbursements for early educators to improve the quality and availability of child care in Juneau May 16 2012 The HEARTS initiative was approved for full funding Read more about it August 29th 2011 AEYC and the JEDC made a presentation to the City Borough of Juneau Assembly on recommendations to improve the quality and availability of child care in Juneau Juneau Child Care A Look at Compensation Retention Initiatives 1282kb HEARTS Initiative Hiring Educating And Retaining Teaching Staff 63kb Juneau Child Care Improving Quality Availability 612kb Kids in the Capitol 2011 Invest in Young Children Document with current public policy requests 385kb Economic Impact of Early Care Learning in Alaska 2011 McDowell Group Report 984kb Alaska s Children Today Tomorrow Informational Poster 357kb Groups from local child cares preschools and Head Starts were at the Capitol this week advocating for early care and learning Along with a valentine and some chocolate all 60 legislators received the updated McDowell Economic Impact study of Eearly Care and Learning Investing in Young Children Public Policy Priorities 2011 and Alaska s Children Today Tomorrow poster The little lobbyists were very well received and certainly made quite an impact Volunteer Opportunities You can be an effective advocate for children whether you have one minute or one hour to spare Join AEYC any time of year write

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  • Volunteer Opportunities - aeyc-sea.org
    Our non profit organization sponsors conferences trainings advocacy and public education regarding children s issues AEYC administers the Child Care Resource and Referral Service thread and the Child Care Food Program in Southeast Alaska We maintain a Lending Library of learning materials and offer parenting classes We can provide numerous types of volunteer opportunities depending on your interests Here are some ways YOU can help Help enroll children in Dolly Parton s Imagination Library Lend a hand to one of our thread regional trainers They need help setting up for workshops getting materials ready copied some evening participation Help organize and update our Lending Library March with us be a part of our advocacy group and help us spread the word about the importance of Early Childhood Education Help us prepare for our annual AEYC Conference held each year in March General Office Assistance is always appreciated filing answering phones copying sending out flyers VOLUNTEERING AT CHILD CARE CENTERS If you are looking for volunteer time working directly with young children we can connect you with a Child Care Center in town Please contact our office to find out which centers in town have opportunities available The following information will

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  • Links & Resources - aeyc-sea.org
    Time http www nsaca org National Head Start Association http www nhsa org Alaska Department of Labor http www labor state ak us All your questions answered regarding unemployment services unemployment insurance worker s compensation job safety hours of work wages working conditions and labor and population statistics Sections for employers and employees Red Leaf Institute http www redleafinstitute org At this site you can find some excellent business funding and policy information CDA Council http www cdacouncil org Information about the process of obtaining and renewing your child development associate credential Advocacy thread Parent Action Center Join thread s Action Network to learn about trends information news and early care and education action alerts Child Welfare League of America http www cwla org Child Welfare Information Gateway http www childwelfare gov Formerly the National Clearinghouse on Child Abuse and Neglect Information and the National Adoption Information Clearinghouse Child Welfare Information Gateway provides access to information and resources to help protect children and strengthen families Children s Defense Fund http www childrensdefense org If you want to find out what is happening at the national level for children subscribe to this excellent free monthly newsletter Child Care Bureau http www acf dhhs gov programs ccb index html US Department of Health and Human Services Administration for Children and Families The mission of this agency is to enhance the quality affordability and supply of care for all families They provide nation wide statistics about economic and quality issues in child care as well as legislative updates on current policy and federal funding Child Care Workforce http www ccw org The Child Care Workforce web site has information about wage and benefit efforts across the nation It is inspiring to see that so many states like California Massachusetts Illinois New York Minnesota Washington North Carolina and Montana all have some form of merit and retention grants to supplement salaries T he National Child Care Information Center http www nccic org This site is jam packed full of information about what is happening all over the nation regarding child care Education Commission of the States http www ecs org Research for policy makers on brain development early learning and k 12 issues PreKNow org http www preKnow org Nearly all states except Alaska and ten others have state funded Pre K programs Visit this site to find out about the success of programs across the nation Finding Care Child Care Aware http www childcareaware org A Search engine to find child care anywhere in the United States plus great information on choosing child care Child Development Cerebral Palsy Guide https www cerebralpalsyguide com Cerebral palsy CP is a disability caused by brain damage that restricts normal movement and coordination Each year 10 000 children in the U S are diagnosed with cerebral palsy Cerebral Palsy Guide provides free educational materials financial options and support to help those across the country affected by this disorder Zero to Three http www zerotothree org I Am

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  • Lending Library - aeyc-sea.org
    Alaska Community Partners Early Childhood Advocacy Volunteer Opportunities Links Resources Lending Library Payment AEYC Lending Library We have over 800 book titles and 100 video titles available to check out Becoming a member is easy Membership is available to all child care providers in Southeast Alaska Simply fill out the Library Agreement form by choosing one of the links below and send it in Upon request we will gladly send

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  • Child Care Crisis - aeyc-sea.org
    Eligibility based on gross household income Tlingit Haida maintains an approved relative provider list and offers Child Care Assistance based on net income 463 7137 Does your child have a special needs diagnosis and participates in Child Care Assistance They might qualify for the Alaska In Program Alaska In provides additional funding to providers to pay for environmental accommodations additional staff training supplies etc You will need to find a LICENSED provider to participate in Alaska In 2 thread SEARCH TOOLS for QUALITY PROGRAMS There are several indicators of quality in a child care program A quality program is licensed through the State of Alaska healthy safe and offers a playful program thread Alaska s Child Care Resource Referral Network offers many tools to help you with your search for quality care the Interview Checklist and the Alaska Quality Early Care Education Guide We encourage you to contact the Child Care Program Office 465 4756 for information on regulations provider complaint history or to file a complaint 3 OPEN A CHILD CARE BUSINESS Can you afford to stay at home Would you like to be your own boss Or maybe you are currently using an unregulated provider Would your provider consider becoming licensed Can you think of a friend or relative who may want to get approved or licensed to offer child care Becoming approved or licensed means eligibility to receive child care assistance funding grants food reimbursement training and technical support Take a look at how to Become a Provider for more information 4 NETWORK Advertise your needs with other parents on Facebook Juneau Parents Group Juneau Moms at church at library story time or at work You may also consider hiring a nanny or starting a Parent Babysitting Co Op 5 ADVOCATE You have a powerful voice for

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  • Haines Community Resources - aeyc-sea.org
    Southeast Alaska Community Partners Early Childhood Advocacy Volunteer Opportunities Links Resources Lending Library Payment AEYC Liaison Kim Philips AEYC Haines Liaison 907 766 3368 kimby aptalaska net Haines Community Resources Infant Learning Program 766 2750 Lynn Canal Counseling 766 2177 Public Health Nurse 766 3300 REACH Community Services 766 3457 Information and Referrals for Child Care AEYC 1 888 785 1235 Healthy Alaskans Information Line 1 800 478 2221 Chilkat

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