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Published on Sep 24, 2012
Where do you turn when you have a stubborn problem at work?
If you are a child care provider, you can turn to one of 12 local Child Care Resource Centers across the state, coordinated by Maryland Family Network.
These Centers have Technical Assistance Specialists who offer strategies and techniques for problems that confront the child care field including:
+managing challenging childhood behaviors such as biting or hitting;
+increasing the knowledge and skills of family child care providers and child care center staff from aides to program directors; and
+helping child care providers comply with State rules and regulations, such as those related to health and safety.
Technical Assistance is free to all child care providers, funded largely by the federal Child Care & Development Fund, the same source that funds the Child Care Subsidy Program.
Technical assistance can be provided by phone; but frequently, Technical Assistance Specialists visit the child care programs, observe the situation, and work onsite to promote solutions and program enhancements.
Join a Technical Assistance Specialist on her rounds!