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  1. South Carolina child care: Survey of the workforce 2000 by Janet Marsh, 2001
  2. Executive summary: South Carolina child care : survey of the workforce 2000 by Janet Marsh, 2001
  3. The care and use of a child's hearing aid: A practical guide for parents, teachers, and children by Michael A Lewis, 1980

1. Family Connection Of South Carolina, Inc.
So when a child with disabilities or Family Connection of South Carolina is part of a worldwide network of parentto-parent support programs

2. Department Of Social Services - Family Nutrition Programs
The Family Nutrition Programs of the South Carolina Department of Social Services all have one special The Child and Adult Care Food Program

3. Department Of Social Services - Family Nutrition Programs
home providing care for children in South Carolina may participate in the South Carolina Child and Adult Program requirements. Home

4. Welcome To The South Carolina Department Of Social Services Web Site
South Carolina Department of Social Services P O Box 1520 . Columbia, SC 292021520 Home Programs and Programs and Services - ABC

5. Child Care For Your Child - Making The Right Choice
TYPES OF CHILD CARE 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the South Carolina Department of Social Services will administer its programs in

6. The Annie E. Casey Foundation
Another article examines programs to more than 75 measures of child well Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South

7. South Carolina Department Of Health Environmental Control
Provides extensive consumer health information including natural resource management along with numerous programs for child health, chronic disease

Quality Child Care and Early Education for South Carolina Working Families and Single Mothers

9. Welcome To The Duke Endowment Non-Profit Foundation
Education Health Care Child Care mission is to serve the people of North Carolina and South Carolina by supporting selected programs of

10. Trident United Way For What Matters
families in our Berkeley, Charleston and Dorchester Counties of South Carolina's Lowcountry. s happening at different stages of your child's

11. Trident United Way>>>for What Matters In South Carolina - Charleston, North Char
Personal counseling and referrals to child care programs tailored to Provides technical assistance to new and existing child care programs
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Education and guidance in finding and selecting quality child care
Information on how to choose quality child care
Personal counseling and referrals to child care programs tailored to
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Answers to questions on child care regulations and quality issues To Child Care Providers
Facilitates and coordinates training on child care issues Offers a quarterly newsletter and networking opportunities Provides technical assistance to new and existing child care programs To The Community Heightens awareness of the importance of quality child care Collects and maintains a database of local child care options Advises businesses that are concerned about the effects of child care issues on the workforce

12. I & R Resource Network: South Carolina
Social and Human Services in south carolina. child care Offers child care programs. Summerville Family YMCA child care programs for youth and adults

Social and Human Services in South Carolina
- Offers child care programs.
Lists and describes services provided for children and adults with disabilities. Questions can be directed to Easter Seals' national 800 number.
Anderson County Area
Foothills United Way
Funds and provides services to 47 health and human service agencies in three South Carolina and Georgia counties. United Way's Information and Referral Line is connected to hundreds of helping, community organizations.
United Way of the Midlands
Helpline provides a 24-hour crisis intervention, suicide prevention, information and referral hotline, Teenline from 4-8pm weekdays, and a Human Service Directory.
Cities and Towns
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Greater Rock Hill United Way
Click on "Family of Agencies" for descriptions/phone numbers of local health and human-service agencies supported by United Way.
Summerville Family YMCA
Programs for youth and adults include child care programs (before and after school, preschool) and sports.
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13. Department Of Social Services - Family Nutrition Programs
The Family Nutrition programs of the south carolina Department of Social Services The child and Adult care Food Program Each day more than 2.6 million Search E-mail us
The Family Nutrition Programs of the South Carolina Department of Social Services all have one special goal making it possible for every single South Carolinian to have adequate, nourishing food every single day.
We have a wide range of nutrition programs that reach thousands of families who need some assistance making ends meet. We often work through schools, churches, daycare centers, recreation centers, and other agencies to provide meals and snacks.
Some of our programs are listed below. To learn whether your family qualifies to receive assistance, or whether your organization could be a provider, click on the name of the program. The Summer Food Service Program
Many children depend on meals at school for the nutrition they need to learn and grow. Their need for good food doesn't end when school gets out. The Summer Food Service Program meets this need by offering free meals and snacks to kids in low-income areas during the months they're on vacation. The Afterschool Snack Program
It is a long time between lunchtime at school and suppertime. The

14. Unite For Sight, Inc. - Free Health Coverage Program Portal
Access NY Health care; North carolina Free Health Coverage programs North Advocates for Better care (ABC) child care Program; south Dakota Free Health
This webpage is designed to help you find free health programs that will enable you to receive quality medical care free of charge. National Free Health Coverage Programs - United StatesJump to your state by clicking the state name Alabama


Medicare Interactive
Medicare Interactive (MI) is your one-stop source for information about health care rights, options and benefits.
Provides free eye care to uninsured, low-income people who work at least part-time.
EyeCare America
American Academy of Ophthalmology provides free eye care to senior citizens, senior citizens with diabetes, people at risk for glaucoma, and children.
Sight For Students
Free eye exams and glasses to children 18 years and younger whose families cannot afford vision care.
Medicare Glaucoma Benefit
Medicare pays for eye exams for people at risk for glaucoma. At-risk is defined as people with diabetes or a family history of glaucoma, or African Americans age 50 or older.
Knights Templar Eye Foundation
This program provides the uninsured with funding for eye surgery.
The Medicine Program
The doctor completes an application for the patient, and patients receive prescription medication free of charge.

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16. Child Care Services, Columbia, South Carolina, SC, SuperPages, Yellow Pages can help you find child care Services business listings in our Before After care programs (1) Charter Schools (1) Elementary (46) Care Services/S-SC/T-Columbia/PP-L
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17. Citigroup
When our employees are comfortable with their child care programs and providers, New Mexico, New York, Ohio, south carolina, Texas, and Virginia.
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Understanding the importance of providing employees with programs and tasks to help them meet the challenges of their work and personal responsibilities. When it comes to quality child care Citigroup offers several kinds of support to help employees succeed. In fact, Citigroup is one of Working Mother magazine's "100 Best Companies for Working Mothers." Our programs include:
  • 7on-site full-time child care centers, 2 on-site back-up care centers and 4 near-site centers
  • More than 500 work locations served by Just in Time Care in 18 U.S. states
  • More than 89,000 employees covered by full-time care, back-up care, before- and after-school care, summer or school holiday programs
  • Child care discounts in place nationally in the U.S.
  • A family care subsidy for eligible employees in every business
Currently more than 5,900 children of employees use our subsidized child care programs. During 2005, Citigroup announced that a new back-up child care center would be opened in early 2006 at our new Warren, NJ work location.

18. Smart Start's National Technical Assistance Center South Carolina
dot TEACH Early childhood® south carolina has enrolled more than 3200 child and represent prevalent First Steps programs in early education, child care,
SOUTH CAROLINA Susan DeVenny, Director
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Office of First Steps
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Columbia, SC 29201
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ph: (803) 734-1025 or (877)-621-0865
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Funding ... Statistics Current Political Realities Highlights/Accomplishments Results First Steps-funded school readiness activities provided direct services for approximately 18,000 children and families statewide. 656 child care providers increased the quality of care they provide through increased licensure or national accreditation. More than 300 new child care slots were created. Over 1,000 child care scholarships were funded. First Steps-funded parent education and family literacy initiatives provided direct services to more than 6,000 families.

19. Find Child Care For Non-Traditional Work Schedules - Child Care Aware
There are currently few child care programs for those families that need care A program in south carolina trains teenagers to provide care for after

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Today's job market requires many employees to work shifts that start or end after most child care programs open or close. More and more businesses operate around the clock. Many companies work in shifts which means employees work in the early mornings, evenings, nights, rotating schedules, weekends, holidays or extended hours. These non-traditional schedules affect the lives of millions of families. Hospital employees are but one example of working parents who work unusual hours and face special difficulties in finding child care or family support. From hotel staff to police officers to retail workers to factory employees whose services are needed beyond the typical work day, finding child care to match non-traditional schedules can be tough.
Child Care Choices Changing schedules and unusual hours in a job are serious issues for many working parents. There are currently few child care programs for those families that need care during non-traditional hours. Most child care centers and providers operate Monday through Friday during regular business hours. Parents need child care during their working hours, whenever they may be. The search for child care can be difficult and the choices few. For some parents, the solution to child care is to work alternate shifts. You may work the night shift while your spouse or partner works the day. Often these arrangements require your relatives or friends to fill in the gaps and overlap of work hours as well as the times when the schedule begins to fall apart. This leaves little time for parents or the entire family to have together. It's a tight schedule.

Quality child care and Early Education for south carolina Working i) The program will encourage children to learn about and care for his/her body.
The major objectives of the program include the provision of a healthy environment, one that will help to ensure the sound growth and development take place. The program will be geared towards:
a) establishing satisfying social relationships
b) the promotion of cognitive and linguistic competences;
c) the stimulation of creativity and imagination;
d) the nurturance of both fine and gross motor skills;
e) the implementation of a worthy sense of self, and the encouragement of an active curiosity about the world in general.
More specific program objectives include the following:
a) The program will provide for the emotional growth of the child. It will accept the child as he/she moves from the individualized home experience to a group experience. Every effort will be made to give a feeling of security in the new setting-this goal being paramount for some time, depending on the child's needs. Parents will also be included and guided during this transition period.
b) The program will balance active and quiet activities. Within large time blocks, the child will have freedom to select the type of activity preferred. schedule in logical sequences of events. Both extremes of prolonged sitting and prolonged physical exercises are avoided. Tensions build up during enforced sitting, and fatigue contributes to lack of inner control that interferes with maximum learning.
c) The program will provide appropriate opportunities for children to grow in self- direction and independence. It will provide an opportunity to learn to make choices through experience. In this way, each child will gain in self-understanding.

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