Understanding Day Care
Wisconsin Child Care Resource and Referral Network. The Wisconsin
CCR&R Network receives funding from the Wisconsin Department
of Workforce Development, Office of Child Care. Their site links
you to the CCR&R Network, CCR&R Agency Directory, Child Care
Provider site, Employer site as well as a link on Child Care Public
Policy. An important link to locate the Child Care Resource and Referral
in your community.
The Wisconsin Department of Health and Family Services in Madison
may also answer questions about the guidelines regarding child care
funding, resources and guidelines.
Department of Workforce Development, Division of Workforce Solutions,
Bureau of Migrant, Refugee and Labor Sources may also be a resource
for people seeking assistance with questions about immigration
laws, translations, humanitarian immigration, and implications
for securing work. There are also some employment educational programs
available throughout the state that may assist with program development.
Childcare Education For Youth And Adults
Child Care Aware is a web site that provides information about
choosing child care sites, tools for parents in choosing a site and
In the past year there have been some issues raised about child
abuse and the relationship with child care centers. To learn more
about the prevention of child abuse in Wisconsin contact: Prevent
Child Abuse Wisconsin.
National Devleopment, Inc. has hosted a National Conference to
bring together professionals, scholars, community members, youth
and leaders to increase capacity, promote active civic participation,
discuss community challenges, and to celebrate successes together.
HND, Inc. links people to the resources needed to connect across
Training To Become Child Care Providers
The Wisconsin Child Care Research Partnership: A Partnership
of the University of Wisconsin-Extension, Wisconsin Department of
Workforce Development (DWD), Office of Child Care, and the Wisconsin
Child Care Resource and Referral Network. This would be a reference
for professionals wanting to review the issue briefs that have been
prepared to date.
Wisconsin Child Care Improvement Project is a statewide non-profit
agency dedicated to helping improve child care by helping child care
professionals give the best care possible to your children. Technical
advisors throughout the state work with family child care programs
and child care centers assisting them with start-up and achieving
national accreditation. "From diapering to developmentally appropriate
practice, from cash flow to curriculum, we've experienced it first
hand. We help make good child care programs great."
Resources for Child Care providers includes a Hmong Child Care
Newsletter. The Hmong Child Care newsletter is published quarterly
by Resources for Child Care Greater Minneapolis Day Care Association
for the Hmong Child Care Community. You will need an Adobe Acobat
to download the Hmong Child Care newsletter.
a Family Child Care Program
site is is written for childcare providers—those who
take care of infants and toddlers, preschoolers, or school-age children.
It explains how providers can work with parents and talk with them
about many different issues. To support parents, the site includes
materials that providers can print out and share with them.
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