1 Family Connections of Lane and Douglas Counties 4000 East 30th Avenue Eugene, Oregon Nonprofit Organization U.S. POSTAGE PAID Eugene, Oregon Permit No. 94 Child Care Newsletter Family Connections of Lane and Douglas Counties FALL Family Connections of Lane and Douglas Co. Staff HEATHER O LEARY Program Coordinator (541) ANNA AASEN DC Project Specialist (541) CHERYLE MYERS Quality Improvement Specialist (541) DEBRA DREILING Parent & Provider Consultant (541) DESIREE WOODRUFF Office Support Specialist (541) HEATHER FREILINGER DC Quality Improvement & Network Specialist (541) General Phone Line (541) or Family Connections of Lane and Douglas Co. TIINA AITCHISON Financial Specialist (541) KARLA YOUNG Multi-Cultural Specialist (541) KATY FULLER Provider & DHS-FFN Specialist (541) LYNN REILING Provider Training Specialist ( TERRI HANSEN Quality Improvement Specialist (541) WENDY HUBACEK Network Specialist (541) Leadership: What Makes a Good Leader By Myron Curry It goes without saying that good leadership is crucial to any successful business. But, what makes a good leader and how can someone develop himself or herself into a good leader if they are not one to begin with? The answer is that there are many factors that contribute to good leadership. And, whether someone is naturally a good leader or not, anyone can become a good leader. Get To Talking One of those factors of good leadership is communication. Communication is one of the most key elements of leadership. Good communication skills need to be learned to effectively become a good leader or manager. When communication occurs, as a leader, you will be able to accurately convey your ideas and thoughts to those that work for you. In fact, simply being able to convey these things in the fi rst place, much less accurately, puts you in the right direction for leadership. If employees have no idea what is on your mind, your leadership is going to falter. Employees are not typically mind readers. If there is a problem a certain employee is experiencing, good communication can fi lter the problem out. You, as a leader, can dissect the problem and offer solutions in various ways. Ideas that are given to employees work both ways, as well. Employees can give helpful feedback and generate new ideas to you that help the company as well, when good communication is present. Get Something Moving Motivation is another variable that plays into good leadership. Employees tend to stagnate when motivation decreases and it will decrease, without proper motivation. Many leaders try to motivate the old-fashioned way through fear. (Do what I say or something bad will happen) This is not advisable, since it tends to only deliver short-term results and cause even less competent work in the long run, due to resentment resulting from the fear tactics. Instead, try adding challenges for employees. A fresh challenge always adds excitement and spawns creativity. Challenge your employees with tasks that may be slightly out of their range and let them at it! This increases motivation. If they run into a snag, guide them towards a solution but don t offer the actual solution outright. Coach them into discovering the solution themselves. Once they have, their self-esteem will rise, thereby raising their motivation level. Two Heads Are Better Than One Teamwork is always something to consider when striving to become a good leader. This means not only teaching your employees to work together but to become part of the team yourself. Use others potential. Many times, employees potential is wasted. A good leader recognizes that his or her employees are more than just employees, they are people too. These people have lives outside of work where they have to make decisions on a daily basis, from how to deal with house payments, to car bills, to raising children, to uncountable tasks in everyday lives. Yet, at work, their decision making skills are not trusted enough to choose what type of toner needs to be ordered for a set of printers. The point here is that employees need to be trusted to do more. A good leader doesn t manage every single detail. Use others potential to your benefi t. You will fi nd that you have become a better leader for it. Back to School As always, increasing your education and knowledge is defi nitely a good thing when trying to improve your leadership skills, but the school that really needs to be brought to attention here is the kind of school that you don t get a degree from. Take the time to learn as much about your position of being a leader as possible. Take advantage of leadership training material to help develop your professional skills. Do some reading at the nearest bookstore. Attend seminars, workshops, webinars and other professional development events. Watch online videos by top leadership experts on YouTube and other sites. Talk to other leaders and see how they do things; exchange ideas. The more you continually evaluate yourself and your practices and search for as much information on leadership as possible, the more you will be able to keep up with changing times and the better leader you will be for it. Find us on the web at What s Inside... New Classes Inserts Provider Information...2 Required Training/Safety Set... 3 Visit the FC website for more information October- December
2 2 October- December 2014 Read All About It On September 1st 2014, all individuals will begin mailing their training and education documents to a new address. Changes in software and hardware have allowed us to restructure our internal scanning process. The only change for individuals is where they mail their training and education documentation. It is very important that individuals and facilities assure their training and education documentation is mailed correctly. If training documentation arrives at the wrong address, be aware that this will certainly delay the verifi cation of training and education. NEW ADDRESS... The correct address beginning September 1st, 2014 to mail all training and education documentation is: Portland State University- OCCD Oregon Registry Online PO Box 751 Portland OR Family Connections will be Closed: October Fall Conference November Thanksgiving December Winter Break January 1 New Years The Oregon Registry Online Address has Changed! 211 Resource Information for Parents 211info Family: Providing the support every parent deserves. What more can I do to help my child develop? Where can I fi nd parenting resources? What kind of parenting strategies can I use to help my child behave better? Every week, hundreds of parents and caregivers ask the compassionate call-takers at 211info Family these types of questions. Sometimes a parent or caregiver just needs a quick referral to resources. Other times they may need onthe-spot parenting advice. Either way, 211info Family can help for free. Whether they need to discuss child development, family stress, parent support groups or just basic resources, parents and caregivers can contact 211info Family, Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm by dialing 2-1-1, ext.5, or texting the word children to or ing org. 211info Family is open to those with children birth-to-8 years old. 211info Family is a special program of the statewide nonprofi t 211info (www.211info.org), which provides free guidance and information about thousands of health and social services, including food and utility assistance, housing and shelter resources, maternal and child health programs, and much more. Please note, 211info Family is a grant-funded program and only available in Lane, Multnomah, Clackamas, Washington, and Polk counties at this time. Family Connections of Lane and Douglas Co. Michelle Lang and Diane Schultz QRIS Star Program Spotlight Thoughts on QRIS from Parkside Preschool Michelle Lang - Preschool Director Why participate in the QRIS? Is this going to be worth my time? We re already doing great, what more can we do? These are the kinds of questions that may go through your mind as you contemplate the job of applying to the QRIS! I can tell you that Yes! it is defi nitely worth your effort! We did it and we couldn t be happier with the result! Here s why: It helped us to identify areas that needed strengthening within our program. It caused us to use a sharper eye to look at the classrooms individually as opposed to declaring that the whole school is perfect in every area! (To quote Mary Poppins, we like to think we re practically perfect in every way but no program is perfect!) There are always places to improve. In the end, we want to do what we can to continually be improving and to be the best we can be for the children and families that we serve! Another wonderful result of the QRIS process was being able to recognize the areas where we are doing a great job and there were many! Additionally, the QRIS funds helped us purchase classroom materials to make those improvements (including the purchase of The Creative Curriculum for example) which further support our staff and program. The support of Lane Family Connections and Cheryle Myers, was immense and the resources from the QRIS web page continue to be useful on our neverending journey to being practically perfect in every way! **Parkside Preschool program has received a 4 star rating! Required classes for Office of Child Care Registration Food Handler Cards Family Connections (FC) offers the child care version of the Food Handler s manual and testing in a self study option ONLY. For a manual and instructions, please contact FC office. Cost for the self study packets is $10.00 per permit. There is also an online First Aid/CPR Training Receive a 2 year First Aid/CPR Certification. Cost.00 per person, October 25 12:30pm-5:30pm LCC Main Campus *, October 28 6:30pm-8:30pm LCC Main Campus *This is a Challenge Class, providers must show current FA/CPR card, November 15, 9:00 am- 2:00 pm LCC Main Campus, December 13, 9:00 am-2:00pm LCC Main Campus Espanol:, November 8, 9:00 am- 2:00 pm LCC Main Campus Recognizing & Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect Attend this class once. Cost $10 per person *, October 7, 6:30pm - 8:30 pm, *Located in Florence, OR, October 25, 10:00am - 12:00am, LCC Main Campus, November 18, 6:30pm - 8:30 pm, LCC Main Campus, December 9, 6:30pm - 8:30 pm,, LCC Main Campus Espanol:, November 13, 6:30-8:30 pm, LCC Main Campus Required Training Safety Set Family Child Care Overview Required class for Registration with the Oregon Child Care Division, November 20th 6:00pm - 9:00 pm LCC Main Campus Espanol:, October 14 6:00pm - 9:00 pm, LCC Main Campus Please call Family Connections to register for a class. We only accept Visa/Mastercard or Debit payments over the phone. You will receive a confirmation letter after registering and making a payment with location and time of class. If you need to cancel you MUST call at least 24 hours before the class. Refunds are credit for classes. You will be notified if a class is full. For more information call or *If you need disability accommodations in order to attend or participate in these events, please contact Disability Resources (541) (voice) or (TTY) at least one week in advance. Trainings! from the Eugene and Springfield Libraries Every Child Ready To Read is a program that incorporates simple practices, based on research, to help parents and other caregivers develop early literacy skills in children from birth to age fi ve. The Eugene Public Library, Lane Early Learning Alliance and United Way of Lane County are offering the following trainings for professionals who work with the parents to young children to learn how to implement the program. Every Child Ready trainings are for Childcare Providers and Preschool Teachers English- *Springfi eld Public Library:, Oct. 11th at 10am-12pm *Eugene Public Library:, Oct. 25th at 1-3pm Every Child Ready to Read for nonprofit agencies Springfi eld Public Library :, Nov. 4th at 10am-12pm Every Child Ready to Read training for Childcare Providers and Preschool Teachers in Spanish. *, December 6th at 1-3pm Find us on the web at Upcoming Trainings Oregon AEYC Fall Conference Portland, OR October 10-11, or ************************************* NAEYC Annual Conference- Dallas, TX November 5-8, ************************************* Oregon After School Conference Chemeketa College, Salem, OR Nov. 7 & 8, ************************************* Douglas County ECE Conference Umpqua College, Roseburg, OR November 14 & 15, or call ************************************* October- December
3 Lane County Child Care Training Bulletin: October- December 2014 All workshops count toward the Office of Child Care training requirements. Please note: all categories except PM & PPLD are considered child development. *See below for CKC abbreviations. Date/Time CKC Title/Description Cost FALL Registration Starts October or Page 1 October 2 6:00-7:30 pm PPLD Curious about QRIS? A Basic ONLINE Overview Session A GoToMeeting for anyone working in the field of Early Childhood Education. Have you heard about QRIS? Want to learn more about Oregon s Quality Rating & Improvement System? Attend this free informational session from the comfort of your own home. (Each person must have their own computer.) Cheryle Myers and Terri Hansen QRIS Specialists October 15 Wednesday SN Hop, Skip and Look There Goes a Squirrel The who s, what s and why s of ADHD...We will touch on the history, growing up with ADHD, types, myths, medications, food, and more. (All Ages) Holly Kriz- Anderson Youth Development Director EugeneYMCA October 21 A Picture s Worth a 1,000 Words Ease classroom struggles with the use of visuals. Learn strategies that support both receptive and expressive communication for early language learners or children who are having difficulty using language. Make and take a simple classroom visual schedule and First/Then board. Discuss ways to easily incorporate visuals and visual concepts into your current curriculum. (Preschool) Jody Parrish $20 October 25 DIV Literacy to Support Diversity and Inclusion Participants will explore and share their own ethnic and cultural backgrounds and family histories using children s books and other literacy materials; examine and practice some methods to support individual and general diversity with literacy experiences; acquire strategies to help children express, share, and celebrate their uniqueness and commonalities. (All Ages) Terri Hansen Master October 25 9:00-1:00 pm HSN Oregon Kids: Healthy & Safe How do you keep young children safe and healthy in your care and education program? How can you protect health and prevent injuries? Come to learn about the most common illnesses and injuries and how to prevent them. (All Ages) Pamela DuVall MAT, LCC ECE Faculty $20 includes resource book October 28 Games - Get em Moving Providers will learn why games and movement activities are an important part of every child s day. Experience a variety of types of games to use with children of all ages. Handouts of games will be provided. Plan to have fun and move! (All Ages) Danna Griffith October 30 6:30-8:00 pm Communications: Supporting Language Development Learn how to embed speech and language skills in everyday classroom routines and curriculum. Register with Early Childhood CARES or at (Preschool) EileenMcNutt Early Childhood Cares (Partnering with Early Childhood CARES) November 4 6:00-8:00 pm PPLD Professional Development in Early Education Confused about ORO and Oregon Registry? Learn how to navigate these separate, yet related systems to develop and maximize your own professional development plan. You will walk away understanding these systems as a key ingredient for marketing as well as a pathway to scholarships and financial incentives. (No age-related content) Cheryle Myers and Lynn Reiling Family Connections Staff November 6 FCS Assisted Survival: The Child Welfare System Past and Present This course examines the evolution of the child welfare system in an attempt to understand its history as well as its current reach and role. Abuse and neglect will be discussed and defined within their ever-changing social contexts. Course participants will come away with a broadened understanding of the purpose, both historical and contemporary, of the child protection system as well as of the process by which contemporary child welfare decisions are made. (No age-related content) Lisa Williams ** See Main Body of Newsletter for Library Trainings! uuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu *CORE KNOWLEDGE CATEGORIES (CKC s): DIV - Diversity; FCS - Families & Systems; HSN - Health, Safety & Nutrition; HGD - Human Growth & Development; - Learning Environments & Curriculums; O&A - Observation & Assessment; PPLD - Personal, Professional & Leadership Development; PM - Program Management; SN - Special Needs; UGB - Understanding & Guiding Behavior. Please note: all categories except PM & PPLD are considered child development.
4 Lane County Child Care Training Bulletin: October- December 2014 All workshops count toward the Office of Child Care training requirements. Please note: all categories except PM & PPLD are considered child development. *See below for CKC abbreviations. Date/Time CKC Title/Description Cost FALL Registration Starts October or Page 2 November 8 November 8 1:00-5:00 pm Set 3 November 13 6:30-8:00 pm PM HGD Completing Your Program s Quality Improvement Plan This session will help new QRIS participants examine, complete, and use their Quality Improvement Plan. Family child care providers and center directors will practice using their QRIS Quality Improvement Plan to guide real and lasting improvements to their program. Participants should first attend an Increasing Quality Training session. Must be have attended a Increasing Quality Training. The Developing Human from Birth Through Preschool As professionals, daily interactions with children are guided by our understanding of how children develop. This training is an in-depth study of four major theories of human development. Knowledge of psychosocial theory, cognitive theory, behaviorism, and sociocultural theory will be provided through interesting video clips, lecture and dialogue. (Infant/Toddler, Preschool) Transitions in the Preschool Classroom Helping a group of preschool age children move from one activity to another can be a challenge. We will look at why we have this struggle from a developmental perspective. We will talk about strategies to meet the needs of young children while maintaining a classroom schedule. We will discuss why we make the decisions we do about what is important in a preschool classroom. Register with Early Childhood CARES or at (Preschool) Terri Hansen QRIS Specialist Pamela DuVall MAT, LCC ECE Faculty Jane Wagner EI/ECSE Specialist Early Childhood Cares (Partnering with Early Childhood CARES) November 15 8:30-12:30 pm PPLD Leaders in ACTION: The Power to Make a Difference True Leaders come in all shapes and sizes. If you oversee a staff of one or one hundred, YOU are the leader. Let s look at the multifaceted role of the site director, with practical solutions and lively examples, learn the skills and competencies needed to be a highly successful leader. Open to anyone. (No age-related content) Heather O Leary November 18 6:3-8:30 pm Defining Our Space in Our Learning What are our goals and the stand we take for early childhood learning? How can we transform our learning space into one that expresses and implements this type of learning? Bring your philosophy of learning. We ll use principles of design, strategies for organizing, and share ideas that will make our learning spaces a special place for fun and learning! (All Ages) Emotional Coaching for Socially and Emotionally Healthy Children, birth to age five Participants will examine Meta-Emotions, the Four Parenting Styles, and the five steps to Emotional Coaching based on the work of the Talaris Institute and John Gottman, Ph.D. The purpose is to help parents and early childhood practitioners understand the importance of valuing emotions, both in children, and in themselves. (Infants/Toddlers, Preschool) Super Science for the After School Setting. This class will jazz up your imagination on the whys, and hows of Science for school age children. We will be using hands on science with easily acquired ingredients. You will take home a collection of science projects to WOW the children you work with. (School Age) Sock Puppet Fantasia In this training, you will learn the basics principles on the use of puppets in the child care setting while creating your own individual sock puppets. Have fun being creative while you learn. Please bring a hot glue gun with you if possible or two! (All Ages) Oregon s QRIS Increasing Quality Training This session is the first step in participation in Oregon s Quality Rating and Improvement System (QRIS). Participants will learn about the QRIS process, criteria and benefits including free tools, financial incentives and professional advice. Developing and Enhancing your Quality Rating and Improvement System (QRIS) Portfolio Through lecture and group exercises, participants will examine how a Quality Rating Improvement System (QRIS) portfolio showcases the ways that their program is meeting early learning standards. Participants will identify different types of evidence, compose written descriptions and labels for evidence, and practice connecting the early learning standards to evidence. Georgiann Jones November 22 UGB Aoife Rose Magee, Ph.D. December 4 Danna Griffith December 6 1:00-4:00 pm Pamela DuVall MAT, LCC ECE Faculty $20 December 6 PM Terri Hansen QRIS Specialist December 6 PM Cheryle Myers QRIS Specialist uuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu *CORE KNOWLEDGE CATEGORIES (CKC s): DIV - Diversity; FCS - Families & Systems; HSN - Health, Safety & Nutrition; HGD - Human Growth & Development; - Learning Environments & Curriculums; O&A - Observation & Assessment; PPLD - Personal, Professional & Leadership Development; PM - Program Management; SN - Special Needs; UGB - Understanding & Guiding Behavior. (All categories except PM & PPLD are considered child development categories)
5 Douglas County Child Care Training Bulletin: October - December 2014 All workshops count toward the Office of Child Care training requirements. Please note: all categories except PM & PPLD are considered child development. *See below for CKC abbreviations. Please call to register. DATE CKC TITLE & DESCRIPTION TRAINER COST Oct pm UCC PM OREGON S QUALITY RATING AND IMPROVEMENT SYSTEM (QRIS) INCREASING QUALITY TRAINING This session is the first step to participating in Oregon s Quality Rating and Improvement System (QRIS). Oregon s QRIS recognizes, rewards and builds on what you are already doing well and provides free tools, financial incentives and professional support to increase and document your quality. Heather Freilinger Family Connections Oct 30 6:00-8:00pm DOUGLAS ESD UGB HAPPY MONSTER, SAD MONSTER Young children experience big feelings on a daily basis and need our guidance to develop social emotional competency. Discover fun ways to cultivate your child s emotional intelligence through the use of children s literature and related activities. Co-sponsored by DCECPC Barbara Tenneson Parent Educator $10 November :00am UCC FCS DIFFICULT PARENTS: A SURVIVAL CLASS Ever deal with a helicopter parent? One who hovers for hours and hours? Join us as we discuss the characteristics of some of the common challenging parent behaviors and explore strategies for effectively meeting their needs as well as your own! Explore the different challenging parenting behaviors and what needs are being exhibited by those behaviors. Learn and select strategies that effectively deal with these behaviors. Tammy Marino * * to PRO Members November 8 11:30am- 1:30pm UCC UGB TO TIME-OUT OR NOT TO TIME-OUT, THAT IS THE QUESTION! Time-outs are they a good thing or a bad thing? Join us as we discuss the merits and issues with time-outs; when separating a child from a situation is appropriate and what an appropriate time-out or take a break might look like. We will examine the nature of time-outs and how they can guide and influence behavior, both in negative and positive ways. We will develop an age and developmentally appropriate plan for the children and youth in your program that will assist you in guiding behaviors; both good and challenging! Explore the concept of time out, its components and merits and issues. Examine the nature and connection of time-outs or take a breaks with behavior. Create an appropriate plan that assists you in guiding behaviors in your program. Tammy Marino * * to PRO Members Nov UCC Lang Event Center Vary Early Childhood Care & Education Conference Parents as Partners More details and registration available at: Keynote Speaker: Miguel Valenciano Up to 8 hours of training or call Pediatric First Aid CPR & AED Recognizing & Reporting Child Abuse & Neglect Family Child Care Overview DHS Exempt Orientation 10/25: 8:30am-3pm 10/23: 6-8pm 10/16: 10am-1pm 10/14: 6-8pm *CORE KNOWLEDGE CATEGORIES (CKC s): DIV - Diversity; FCS - Families & Systems; HSN - Health, Safety & Nutrition; HGD - Human Growth & Development; - Learning Environments & Curriculums; O&A - Observation & Assessment; PPLD - Personal, Professional & Leadership Development; PM - Program Management; SN - Special Needs; UGB - Understanding & Guiding Behavior.
6 Hello Douglas County Childcare Providers! We are excited to announce that the following childcare providers have achieved a star rating through the Quality Rating and Improvement System in Douglas County: 3 Star Country Kids Christian Learning Academy RF - Roseburg Susan Lewin RF - Roseburg Little Rascals CF - Sutherlin RHS Child Development Center CC - Roseburg 4 Star Shelby Shaw s Daycare CF - Roseburg Raindrops Preschool and Daycare CF - Sutherlin 5 Star Wildflower Day Care CF - Myrtle Creek CC = Certified Center; CF = Certified Family; RF = Registered Family 7 7 Star Rated Programs in Douglas County as of July 31st The providers listed are trailblazers in a field test for the QRIS! In order to achieve a star they attended an informational training about the QRIS, completed and submitted an application and self-assessment of their program using the QRIS standards, completed a quality improvement plan, professional development plan and an extensive evidence portfolio. Programs who qualify receive a minimum of $1000 to make improvements to their program and additional funds for achieving a star rating. The QRIS is Oregon s system for identifying quality care. You can still join these providers and 27 others who are working on the QRIS in Douglas County! Please consider registering for the next FREE Training:, October 28 from 6pm to 9pm. 3hrs. CKC: Program Management.. Call Family Connections at to register.
7 Las inscripciones comienzan el 27 de septiembre. Para más información llame a o visite Fecha/ Hora Capacitaciones Descripción Entrenador Costo martes 10/14/2014 6:00-9:00 Introducción al Cuidado Infantil Registrado Familiar Esta clase es la primera clase para obtener la licencia de cuidado infantil familiar. Explicaremos el Karla Young Trabajadora de Family Connections Gratis 3 horas (PM) proceso para obtener la licencia registrada familiar y también le daremos información sobre el cuidado infantil de alta calidad y martes 10/21/2014 6:00-9:00 3 horas sábado 10/25/ :30-3:30 2 horas jueves 11/6/2014 6:30-8:30 2 horas sábado 11/8/2014 9:00-2:00 5 horas jueves 11/13/2014 6:30-8:30 2 horas sábado 12/6/2014 1:00-3:00 2 horas Condado de Lane Boletín de Capacitaciones: otoño 2014 Los entrenamientos son aprobados por la Oficina de Cuidado de Niños (Office of Child Care). Las categorías en los entrenamientos son del desarrollo de niños (child developement), en excepto la orientación, y la introducción de cuidado infantil. Conocimiento Central para la Profesión de Cuidado y Educación Infantil de Oregon (CKC s): DIV-Temas de Diversidad; FCS- Familiares y Comunitarios, HSN- Salud, Seguridad y Nutrición; HGD-Salud, Seguridad y Nutrición; Crecimiento y Desarrollo Humano; -Ambientes de Aprendizaje y Plan de Estudios; O&A- Observación y Evaluación; PPLD- Desarrollo Personal, Profesional y de Liderazgo; PM-Administración de Programas; SN-Necesidades Especiales; UGB-Entendimiento y Orientación en Conducta. Orientación para Proveedores de Cuidado Infantil (PM) La Estrategia para Enseñar con Éxito (O&A) Todos Únicos, pero con Diferentes Habilidades (SN) Primeros Auxilios y Respiración Cardiopulmonar Pediátrica (HSN) Taller de Como Reconocer y Denunciar el Abuso y Negligencia Infantil (HSN) Cada Niño Listo Para Leer () como un negocio. La Orientación es una clase que brinda información sobre el Programa de Cuidado Infantil de DHS. Ayuda a entender los procesos de listado y facturación. También aprenderá como reunir los requisitos para la cuota mejorada. En esta clase estudiaremos estrategias para observar a niños aprender. Aprenderá hacer preguntas, mirar, escuchar e escribir, reflejar y responder. En esta clase usted aprenderá a comunicarse con niños de diferentes habilidades de aprendizaje. También exploraremos los diferentes diagnósticos que categorizan a un niño especial y como la individualización ayuda a obtener resultados positivos. Esta clase es requerida para obtener y renovar la licencia Registrada, o Certificada, o para trabajar en un Centro. También esta licencia le ayuda a obtener la mejor tarifa en el pago que recibe de la Unidad de Pago Directo. En Oregón el personal escolar y cuidado de niños son informantes obligatorios de reportar sospechas de abuso y negligencia. En este taller los participantes aprenderán el proceso de como reportar estas sospechas. En esta clase aprenderán como el alfabetismo temprano es lo que los niños conocen sobre la lectura y la escritura antes que en realidad a prendan a leer y escribir. Usted puede preparar a los niños ahora para que se vuelvan buenos lectores. Karla Young Trabajadora de Family Connections Karla Young Trabajadora de Family Connections Briselda Molina Entrenadora de la Comunidad Karla Young Trabajadora de Family Connections Gratis DHS $10 Ser Anunciado Gratis
8 Clase Gratis de Primeros Auxilios Pediátricos y RCP Usted tiene licencia de CCD para Cuidado Infantil o Certificado de Cuidado Infantil Familiar? Usted puede ser elegible para renovar su licencia de CCD (su nombre tiene que aparecer en la licencia). Para preguntas llame a Family Connections a ORO https://my.oregonregistryonline.org/ Su cuenta del Registro de Oregón ya está disponible en línea! Crea una cuenta myoro Acceda a la información de su formación Imprima un Declaración de Desarrollo Profesional Actualice su información de contacto Ahora puede aplicar de paso sin enviar $10 al Oregon Registry. Tiene que hacerlo antes del 30 de junio Comenzando el 1 de septiembre, tienen que enviar sus certificados de capacitaciones al nuevo domicilio: Portland State University- OCCD Oregon Registry Online PO Box 751 Portland OR Programa Inclusivo de Cuidado de Niños Sin importar sus capacidades o necesidades, todos los niños son niños primero. Objetivos del Programa Inclusivo de Cuidado de Niños: 1) Apoyar a las familias para que tengan acceso a cuidado apropiado para niños con discapacidades, desórdenes emocionales o de conducta, o necesidades especiales de cuidado de la salud; y, 2) Ayudar a que todos los niños estén con sus parecen ambientes de cuidado de niños inclusivos. El Programa Inclusivo de Cuidado de Niños sirve a niños, familias, proveedores de cuidado de niños y comunidades a través de: Subsidios para cuidado de niños. El programa coordina subsidios que pueden ayudar a cubrir los costos de las adaptaciones o apoyos que ciertos niños necesitan para recibir un cuidado seguro y saludable. Las familias pueden ser elegibles si los padres trabajan, estudian o reciben ayuda para cuidado de niños del Departamento de Servicios Humanos de Oregón. Los ingresos familiares deben ser menores a $5,107 por mes para una familia de 4. Los niños y jóvenes son elegibles desde que nacen hasta los 17 años de edad y deben necesitar un nivel más alto de cuidado y supervisión. Planificación individualizada para apoyar ubicaciones estables en cuidado de niños. Capacitación y consultoría para apoyar a los proveedores de cuidado de niños en sus esfuerzos para incluir a niños con diversas capacidades y necesidades. Información sobre recursos nacionales, estatales y de la comunidad que apoyan el cuidado de niños inclusivo. El cuidado de niños inclusivo, es diferente? No, no lo es. El Cuidado de Niños Inclusivo sólo significa que niños y jóvenes con o sin discapacidades, desórdenes emocionales o de conducta, o necesidades especiales de cuidado de la salud, están todos juntos en programas de cuidado de niños o en programas de fuera del horario escolar. También significa que todos los niños y jóvenes participan en todas las rutinas y actividades diarias del lugar donde reciben cuidados. Todos los programas de cuidado de niños y los programas de fuera del horario escolar pueden llegar a ser completamente inclusivos. Para más información llame a: Portland: o Sin cargo: