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Thank you for your continued support of the show! Monday's show has something in it for everyone I'll have childcare tips for the going back to work mom this fall, and the entrepreneur/self-employed looking for childcare during the hours she/he will be working on their own business. Miss. Monique is back giving us some tips on what to look for in childcare this fall her facility will be opening in 2015 in VA.
I will also have one of my shows sponsors Pastor Ruby Ward who will be starting her own spiritually based ministry this fall. Pastor Ward is also an entrepreneur as well and will be sharing with us ways we can use our faith to help us prosper in our business as well as our personal lives.
It promises to be a very informative show filled with advise from kids to religion so listen in or better yet call in with you child-care or faith filled tips. My call-in/Skype-in number is 347-445-4697 I'm always looking forward to talking to one of my listeners.
This week's music promotions will be:
Norma Jean Angel
That Boy Clippa
Before I go I just want to remind you that the #DiamondForum show is next week! With new Diamonds on the discussion panel!
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The State laws are now changing and some state are requiring that a Certified Childcare worker be crendentialed and certified in English as, The New Language Learner. How do you feel about these practices? Do you feel that they are considered,as best practices for a child? Please join us in a scholarly discussion. You May call in at the number below.
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Join us in a discussion on the topic of what professions , that you can utilize your CDA Credential for? Ladies and Gentlemen your CDA and or CCP credential can be utilized in a variety of profession settings. Call in this evening to discuss your future outlook in the childcare profession. Ladies are obtaining that National Director's credential and owing and operatining their own childcare facilities. There are other professions also that require you to either obtain a license in the childcare field such at in the profession of, Child Life Specialist and many more! Please,come out to join us in a discussion! You can call into the station to voice your input!
Returning guest Judy Helm Wright (AKA Auntie Artichoke) will talk about childcare issue—one of concerns many mompreneurs have, especially for some of us who still have very young kids.
Juggling a mom-biz while tending to the needs of our children is the ultimate balancing act we all need to perform. And for most of us who have our business office at home, finding that previous and quiet time to tackle business-related tasks can be a challenge with kids around.
So what solution do we have? Childcare…but not just any kind of childcare.
The difference between daycare and childcare. The types and names of childcare- Briefly, what do they do?
Child Care Fusion wants to assist in the evolution of child care. "Let's Dream a new child care society."
Your hostess, Rhonda Teague owner of Talk, Walk & Learn Center, LLC/SHIFTS Night Care Center, LLC, a 24-hour childcare service. http://www.twlsnc24hr.com
One of the greatest challenges licensed child care owner/operators face is retaining and recruiting really great staff. Join Childcare Today host Andrea Hannen and Certified Human Resources Professional, Paddi Riopelle of HR Off-Site for an in-depth look at some of the ways smaller child care employers can remain competitive and not only keep, but keep attracting top RECE talent.
All across the country winter blizzards have forced schools to close, meaning children must be kept home. The problem is, the rest of society must continue to functions: grocery stores, banks, buses, trains, gas station, etc. This means that someone has to go to work. So what happens when the regular routine is disrupted and working parents can't drop their children off at school on the way to work? Not everybody has a non working relative or neighbor to call. Who should be responsible for watching our children when schools close? Should the neighborhood churches be prepared? Or should workplaces all be equipped with childcare facilities? What happens when parents must leave small children home alone all day? Should parents consider installing homesecurity cameras they can monitor from their computers at work?
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Rev. Glencie Rhedrick is joined by Kristin Cabral on Women: Change Agents.
Kristin Cabral joined the PDA national board in 2013; she is an attorney-activist in Virginia. She has fought for voting rights and fair elections, including seeking to enfranchise people with past felony convictions and helping the Democratic Party with its election protection program in a state of often close elections. She was the Democrat for the U.S. House in 2012 in the swing DC suburbs of Virginia, doing unexpectedly well against an entrenched Republican incumbent on barely any time or money but with an intense field campaign that engaged the grassroots. Kristin, one of the first girls to desegregate Little League in 1974, is a lifetime advocate for women's equality, working with a number of organizations like NOW -VA, and she is from a union family and a supporter of workers. She is one of the first graduates of Head Start and put herself through college (Michigan) and law school (Harvard). Her concerns include the need for a working families agenda which pays heed to childcare issues and student loan debt -- both of which she herself has experienced.
Parents, in recognizing your personalities and your child's, it should be a component of you childcare search.
I repeat when it's important. Personality is important.
Barbara E. Harvey is a parenting and early childhood expert. She writes articles, and is a source for the media for stories on information about parenting and early childhood. In addition she is the author of a Journeys Through Parenthood Volume One: an Educator Guides you Down the Path to Finding Quality Childcare. Her second book in the Journeys serves Volume Two: Educational Advocacy a Parents' How to Guide will be published April 2015. She is the executive Director of Parents, Teachers, and Advocates and writes the Belief in Parenting blog found at beliefinparenting.blogspot.com
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State of the Black Parent with Shaunes Richardson will take place in New York!
Tune in & Engage on 'Legacy of the Nation' Network (661) 554-9123 at 6pm East Coast Time. This is a freelance show of various Education, Economics, & Enterprise of the Alkebulan bloodline. We will speak of factors being a black parent, black business, black educator,... Call or Text for those that are childcare providers, homeschool programs, directors, advocates, educators, vendors, or sponsors in Our Community (225) 395-1792
"When a human being lives a life in which he or she enjoys freedom, justice and equality, awareness arises and one can focus on selfless giving - you qualify to be a parent because you are capable of the unconditional love that a parent has for a child.
But it is extremely difficult for Black people to get on and remain on this level, because we do not have freedom, justice and equality. We must give too much energy to the survival issues, which pull us down. This is why we cannot ignore our condition. Our freedom - or lack of - directly affects our ability to experience love and happiness in our community." Truth has come to you~