04Feb/17

Protecting Children a Whole New Science Today….

There has never been a time when protecting children was not important.  Most would agree, however, that today things are quite different.  Children, including adolescents are exposed to so much today from peers, television and, of course, the internet.  This recent episode of the Dr. Phil show provides a glimpse into the reality of the times in which we live. (Click Here) Hearing stories about young girls running away with adult men who are nothingRead More…

27Jan/17

Take Your Knocks; But Respond Appropriately…

Who in business has not taken a knock or two?  The same applies bureaucratically.  Local, state and federal government departments are probably sued more than private businesses, not to mention maligned.  Obviously in a world where every story has at least 3 sides, much of what we hear fails the test of legitimacy. So what is the best response when a small or even medium sized business owner has to deal with a former employeeRead More…

10Dec/16

Professional Development Must Include Autism Related Info

Child care providers have so much to juggle.  Every year when continuing education time rolls around, the truly progressive child care worker always searches for more insight into how best to work with children diagnosed with autism or asperger syndrome.  Developing and re-developing such a knowledge base is a major contributor to widening not only whom we can serve but how effectively we can do so. This applies in child cay care environments as wellRead More…

20Nov/16

Newly Revised Course on Security Protocol

Press Release Blog Item Newly Revised Course on Security Protocol in Child Care and Early Childhood Education Settings Released to Child Care Providers Internationally – New Twist on Management of Toxic Gases Livonia, Michigan (USA) – Child Care Training & Resource Center, Inc., an international provider of relevant, practical and meaningful training materials for child care providers is announcing its revised version of its Course 1222 – Security Measures that Contribute to Environmental Safety. InRead More…

02Oct/16

Good Communication Helps Mothers Understand Processes

Today one of our company officers was approached by a young mother.  She and her child have been enrolled into the Michigan Maternal Infant Health Program, (MIHP).  She expressed being disheartened since the company that provides the MIHP services had not visited her new baby for four, (4) months.  The mother is the cousin of our company CEO, Mr. Bruce McCollum.  They encountered one another in a family waiting area of Detroit’s Henry Ford HospitalRead More…