Work Family Resource Center (WFRC) is a 501(c) 3 non-profit child care resource and referral agency committed
to providing consumer education, child care referrals
and resources to support quality child care.
WFRC participating in the Summer Reading Challenge with WSFCS.
What Can I Do at Home to Help My Child if They're Not Paying Attention in School?
You can help your child improve their focus by playing fun games like the at the beginning of this newsletter. Activities like these can teach your child self-regulation, a skill that's essential to paying attention and following directions. It's important to practice self-regulation because it can improve you child's attention in class and it can help them learn how to manage their habits as they get older. One way to practice self-regulation at home is by incorporating games like "saber up" into play with your child. Learn more about what else you can dohere.
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Bonding with your child can help them build self-esteem. Learn more
If you need help finding child care in Alleghany, Ashe, Davie, Davidson, Forsyth, Stokes, Surry, Wilkes and Yadkin counties, call our office at 761-5100 and ask to speak with a Parent Specialist.
The Parent Specialists have strong child development backgrounds; either experience, education or both. They will share information about the guidelines governing child care facilities in North Carolina, help you determine what you should look for when selecting a child care facility and provide referrals to child care centers that may be near their home or on their route to work. They can also answer questions that range from the developmental stages of children or how to build relationships with child care providers. They can also tell you about local options to help you pay for child care.