Home Grown partnered with the Erikson Institute to create the Building Comprehensive Home-Based Child Care Networks: Evaluation Toolkit. This Toolkit is intended to help evaluate Home-based Child Care (HBCC) networks. It includes tools that can be used to collect data to assess an initiative’s progress toward meeting its goals. Utilizing this toolkit can help assess a network’s impact, promote continuous improvement, support case making and provide evidence and data around HBCC providers.
Building Comprehensive Home-Based
Home-Based Caregivers Provide More than the Essentials for Parents Who Don’t Work 9-5
or many parents who work non-traditional hours, home-based child care is the best choice because home-based programs are flexible, accessible, and create a nurturing family atmosphere where children can play and sleep comfortably.
How La Red Latina de Educación Temprana Supports the Mental Health of Children and Their Caregivers
Community needs shifted with the pandemic. While the well-being of children remained a priority, the team at La Red saw the impact that COVID-19 was having on mental health and took action.