The LINC Educare initiative promotes early childhood education through a simple approach: educate and train those who care for our children between zero and three, and up through school age. Educare providers attend workshops on child development, cognition, motor skills, behavior problems, child abuse and neglect. Click on an image below to learn more about LINC Educare opportunities.
This survey is for all child care providers, and gathers the prices families pay, or market rates, for early childhood care and education services by type of care, ages and populations served, and location. Your participation is very important! The information you provide will help set child care subsidy rates.
You can complete the survey online or by telephone. We are inviting both licensed and registered child care providers throughout the state to take the survey.
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The information you provide is confidential and your participation is voluntary. Your choice to take part will not affect your ability to provide subsidized child care. Your name will not be associated with your answers. Any reports resulting from the survey will not include your name or the name of your business. If you have any questions, please call PCG at 1-844-735-7373 or email MOMRS2018@pcgus.com.
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Richardson Early Learning Center | 3515 Park Avenue East | Kansas City, MO 64109
Saturday, September 22, 2018 Registration 8:30 AM, Class 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM (CDT)
The main objective of this training is to give participants a brief introduction to Family Engagement. It will discuss how parental input can benefit the children, families and the program’s overall day to day operations. Parent engagement will increase a family’s understanding of how being involved in their child’s educational process will help them to prepare for school readiness and help the parents to become lifelong advocates for their children .
Providers will earn 2 clock hours for this workshop.
Visit our LINC Educare Training page for more trainings.
Educare funding is provided by the Missouri Department of Social Services, Children's Division, Early Childhood and Prevention Services Section