2020 Annual Program Survey
Child Care Aware of New Hampshire (CCAoNH) powered by Southern New Hampshire Services strives to provide child care providers with high-quality professional development opportunities. Every year, CCAoNH sends out an Annual Program Survey. The Survey is a tool we use to assist us in assessing current program services and to inform future planning. Therefore, we are seeking input on your experiences with your program receiving referrals, outreach, marketing materials, our website, Live Chat feature, training, TA, consultation and coaching services. Please note, this survey is regarding services provided directly by the Southern NH Services' Child Care Aware of NH program. Thus, we are not seeking feedback on the ECCP or CCRSP process as these are services we partner on; they are services provided through the Bureau of Child Development and Head Start Collaboration. We thank you in advance for your participation.
As a special treat and a thank you, we are offering two story times to kick off the fall with award winning story teller Shawn Middleton. Be one of the 1 st 200 programs to return your 2020 Annual Program Survey and be invited to participate in the
Welcome Fall: Zoom
Storytelling with Shawn. 

Click here or on the flyer for more details.
"Thinking Outside of the Box"
Compilation Video
The Thinking "Outside" the Box video compilation features how programs have explored and reinvented their outdoor play spaces in light of COVID-19. A special thank you to all of the programs that sent in pictures for this video. We appreciate how you "thought outside of the box" to create awesome spaces for the children in your programs!
Child Care Aware of NH powered by Southern New Hampshire Services
Child Care Aware of NH is a Child Care Resource and Referral Program powered by Southern New Hampshire Services. The preparation of this flyer was financed under a Contract with the State of NH, Department of Health and Human Services, Division of Economic and Housing Stability, 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.