At-A-Glance
May 15, 2018
A quick look at what's happening!
"Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever."
~ Mahatma Gandhi
Child Care Aware of NH Updates
2018 Provider Update Raffle Winners Are...

Customized Workshop
Nancy Stetson - Acorn Brown's Turtle Town
$50 Gift Card
Mie Jeanne Maurice - Mie Jeanne Day Care
Cathy Mayotte - Tiny Tots Preschool
Andrea Murphy - Hogarth Country Day School
$35 Conference Bucks
Alysse Coffey - Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center Child Care
Ellen Grudzien - The Amherst Preschool
Linda Rousseau - Happy Hearts Daycare
Jordan Caudle - Little Sprouts, Merrimack
Lynly Loffredo - Ages & Stages
$25 Gift Card
Debbie Deary - Deb's Daycare
Melinda Beaulieu - Gorham Community Learning Center
Kathy Torrey - Rise... For Baby and Family
Suelaine Poling - Keene Day Care Center
Penny Dube - Penny's Child Care
$10 Training Bucks
Jennifer Hunger - Little Sprouts, Bow
Susan I Jalbert - Southern New Hampshire Services Child Development Center
Jane Leblanc - Kids Only Day Care, Inc.
Michelle Reale - Hobby Horse Daycare
Daniele Sharpe - Appleseeds Day School
Karrie French - New Morning Schools
Doug Richardson - Centennial View Child Care And Enrichment
Cathy Pellerin - One-4-All Child Care
Sara Dionne - Colebrook Area Head Start
Christine Sorensen - Strafford County YMCA School Age Program
Credentialing Challenge Prize Winners
Individual Credential Challenge
  • Olga Lazarenko - Digital Tablet
  • Melissa LaMalfa - Digital Tablet
  • Taylor Lamontagne - Conference Bucks
  • Lee Ann Schmidt - $50 Gift Card

Team Credential Challenge
  • The Learning Path, Inc. - Conference for staff that completed as Staff Retreat
  • Sunrise Children's Center - Conference for staff that completed as Staff Retreat
  • St. Augustin's Preschool - $500 to be used for professional development for staff
  • All Aboard Preschool & Childcare Center - $250 to be used for professional development for staff 
  • The World of Discovery, Londonderry - Constructive Play Things
  • Walpole Village Nursery School - Constructive Play Things
What's New on the Website!
Several pages on the website have been updated or are in the process of being updated.
  • Types of Child Care
  • Helping Children Grow
  • Child Care Licensing
  • CCLU Provider Page
  • Quality Care Matters
Check out the new and updated pages on our website.
Professional Development Opportunities 
The 2017-2018
Annual Training Calendar
The Annual Training Calendar is a great tool to plan for professional development. It shows all of the trainings that CCAoNH will host from September 2017- June 2018.
“Life is like a compass. When you set your goals correctly, it will take you to the RIGHT direction.” - Anonymous

Click  here  or on the cover to view the 2017-2018 Annual Training Calendar.
CCAoNH is hosting a series of Child Care Licensing Unit Question and Answer Training Sessions.

Click   here  or on the flyer for the most current printable copy.
Water Safety Training

Tuesday, July 10, 2018
6:00-8:30 pm
East Side Learning Center
164 East Side Drive
Concord, NH 03301

$15 Registration Fee
To register, click on http://snhsccrr.eventbrite.com

Click   here  or on the flyer for more information.
Click here or on the NH Professional Registry Icon to register for trainings.
Click  here  or on the Eventbrite Icon to register for trainings with a cost.
Click  here  or on the Webinar Icon to register for Live Webinars.
Child Care Aware Training Academy

Looking for even more professional development opportunities? Check out Child Care Aware Training Academy. Click  here  or on the picture for more details. 
Resources to Share With Families
Want to become a brain builder?
Did you know that Vroom has a series of video clips that demonstrate and highlight different tip activities? Check out Vroom's Facebook page or click on the picture above to watch some Vroom videos.
Please note that Vroom has updated its website. Check it out at vroom.org .
Click here or on the picture for a printable poster.
Other Early Childhood News & Updates
Click here or on the flyer for a printable copy.
It's That Time of Year!
Tick Free New Hampshire is a non-profit program started to raise awareness about the risk of tick encounters. Tick Free NH’s 2018 goals include: educating parents and child care workers on how to help children avoid and check for ticks and assisting health care providers in patient education around preventing tick bites.

Tick Free NH is an initiative supported by a New Hampshire funder, local businesses, and a group of New Hampshire public health, environmental health, and childcare professionals who share thier mission of providing the most up to date information to New Hampshire residents about how to prevent tick encounters and protect themselves from tick bites.

Last year, Tick Free NH connected with over 800 schools and child care centers – teachers and professionals used the Tick Detective Workbooks for Kids as well as the activity pages. Tick Free NH offers no-cost and low-cost resources for order or download. They encourage you to visit their website www.TickFreeNH.org and review the prevention information. You can order hard copies of our materials through the web site and online order form.

Did you know your school or child care center can help protect children from tick bites and have a policy for removal of ticks? To establish a school or childcare policy for tick removal visit: https://tickfreenh.org/shareable-resources/ .

Contact Tick Free NH at: tickfreenh@gmail.com

Check out what Tick Free NH has done so far www.TickFreeNH.org or find us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TickFreeNewHampshire/ and Instagram https://www.instagram.com/tickfreenh/?hl=en .
2018 Partnering for a Future Without Violence Conference
Click here or on the flyer above for a printable copy.
CCAoNH Employment Opportunities
Child Care Aware of New Hampshire  is looking for dynamic new team players to join our ranks. If you are interested in a rewarding and fun position that helps families find high quality child care and assists early childhood programs with quality professional development and technical assistance (coaching and mentoring) then this is the place for you!

Child Care Aware of New Hampshire is seeking:   

Bilingual Support Specialist
  • Provides bilingual support services and consumer education for families in selecting child care.
  • Facilitates trainings and provides targeted technical assistance to early childhood professionals.
  • Assesses each regional area to meet cultural needs and to promote cultural competency.
  • Provides interpretation in second language as necessary. 
 Training and Technical Assistance Specialist:
  • Facilitates training opportunities.
  • Provides targeted technical assistance to early childhood professionals.
  • Provides support services and consumer education for families in selecting child care.
  • Multiple positions available.
Click here for more information and to apply. 
Child Care Aware of NH Contact Information
Need Help? Support? Call our Training and TA Lines!
Main Toll Free Line: 1-855-393-1731 
Bilingual Support Line: 1-855-393-1731 x 28 

Regional Outreach Offices:        Training & TA/Help Lines:

Southern/Main Regional Office: 
Concord Regional Office: 
Eastern Regional Office:  
Western Regional Office:
Northern Regional Office:      
(603) 578-1386, x 32 
(603) 227-6383
(603) 330-0961
(603) 903-0830
(603) 752-1327
We hope you've enjoyed this edition of At-A-Glance. Look for future editions on the 15th of the month! Items for submission for At-A-Glance must be sent to  outreach2ccrr@snhs.org  before the 7th of each month with the subject line "At-A-Glance". 
Child Care Aware of New Hampshire also offers FREE & CONFIDENTIAL Child Care Resource and Referral Services (CCR&R) to families and early childhood professionals. 

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The preparation of this email was financed under a Contract with the State of NH, Department of Health and Human Services, Division for Children, Youth, and Families, Bureau of Child Development and Head Start Collaboration, with funds provided in part by the State of NH and the US Department of Health and Human Services.