CCSA worked with Yale University Child Study Center to reach child care providers in N.C. The study found no differences in COVID-19 outcomes were observed between workers who continued to provide in-person care for young children and those who did not. Learn more here.
The new study from CCSA gives context to the state of child care before the pandemic.
Voices of Strength and Resilience in Early Childhood: Looking Back on July and August, and Looking Forward
As we enter this unprecedented school year, a lot is at stake. Over the last several months, many families and providers have experienced the buildup of toxic stress…
Trauma begets trauma, and child care providers cannot pour from an empty cup. Community care acknowledges the interdependence of us all – a lesson more and more of us have remembered again when it comes to child care in the pandemic.
Voices of Strength and Resilience in Early Childhood: Providers Need Support to Cope with an Ever-Changing COVID-19 Reality
Predictability offers emotional protection to COVID-19 stress responses for young children. But, predictability is difficult to maintain when some child care family homes and centers don’t have the resources they need to stay afloat.
As we were beginning to grapple with the continued economic fallout of the pandemic and a resurgence of new COVID-19 cases in many states…