June 15, 2018
A quick look at what's happening!
"The art of teaching is the art of assisting discovery."
~ Mark Van Doren
Child Care Aware of NH Updates
Coming Soon the
2018 Provider Survey
Be on the lookout for Child Care Aware of NH's 2018 Provider Survey. Your feedback helps us know how we have supported your work and how to improve our services.
Have you looked at
Child Care Aware of NH's website lately?
Check it out! CCAoNH has lots of great information for you and the families you serve. Find information on important early childhood topics, get links to materials and resources you and your families need. Go to our homepage to see current news and events. Check out the Child Care Licensing page for the CCLU monthly messages. Look for employment or post an opportunity on our Job Board. Link to our Facebook, Pinterest and Eventbrite pages. Don't miss out on this great resource, click on the button below to visit our site.
Professional Development Opportunities 
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

Click   here  or on the flyer for more information.
Quality Rating and Improvement System (QRIS) Listening Sessions

Come to this informational listening session and learn about the status of the enhanced QRIS.

Trainees may register NOW for all Quality Rating and Improvement Systems (QRIS) Listening Sessions. The Monthly Registration Window does not apply to these sessions.

Click  here  or on the flyer for more information.
The Caring for Our Children Conference Dates Have Been Set!
Saturday, September 22, 2018
Nashua Community College
505 Amherst Street
Nashua, NH 03063
Saturday, November 3, 2018
Kennett Middle School
176 Main Street
Conway, NH 03818
Be on the lookout for the brochures closer to the event dates.
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.
The "W" represents the Webinar Icon. There are currently no webinars planned until the next Annual Training Calendar is released.
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
Vroom uses cutting-edge science to help parents unlock their brain-building powers!
Check out Vroom's three core science principles that promote foundational interactions.
  1. Positive Adult-Child Relationships
  2. Back and Forth Interaction
  3. Life Skills that Promote Executive Function
International Mud Day is
Almost Here!
June 29, 2018 is International Mud Day. Share this date with families and activities to do with children that involve mud play.
Have fun and get messy!
Other Early Childhood News & Updates
DHHS Announces 10-day Extension of Public Comment Period for Draft of FFY 2019-2021 Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF) Federal Plan
NH Representatives are hard at work to get funding for research on Lyme Disease. Please see website for details.
Healthy Homes and Lead Poisoning Prevention Program
Insure that children are tested for lead poisoning.   It’s the law!  Recent legislative changes to NH’s childhood lead poisoning prevention law require that all children have a blood lead level (BLL) test at age 1 year and again at age 2 years. BLL tests are usually completed during Well Child Check visits and can often be done in the pediatric medical office with just a ‘finger stick’ blood sample. Governor Sununu signed Senate Bill (SB) 247 into law on February 8, 2018 with Universal (BLL) Testing becoming effective April 9, 2018.  Children exposed to lead often look and act healthy. The only way to know is a test. Protect children from the negative consequences of lead poisoning by insuring they are tested at age 1 and age 2 years. Look for the lead (Pb) test results on children’s health forms. 
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
Looking for more information or to apply to one of our employment opportunities? Go to
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  before the 7th of each month with the subject line "At-A-Glance". 
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