Children With Specific Medical Needs Find Joy At Washington County DaycareFor parents who juggle careers and kids, daycare is often necessary.
Advocates Want To Build Stronger Child Care System In PennsylvaniaChild care providers ensure our little ones remain safe, engaged and actively learning.
Economists, Child Care Specialists Say Pandemic Caused Female-Centered RecessionThe COVID-19 pandemic's economic toll hit a lot of people hard, but new figures show it’s been especially difficult for working moms looking to find daycare services.
More Than 30,000 Child Care Workers In Pennsylvania Receive $600 GrantMore than 30,000 child care workers in Pennsylvania received a $600 grant to reward them for providing a valuable service amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Gov. Tom Wolf: Child Care Workers Eligible For $600 GrantsEmployees of licensed child care facilities in Pennsylvania will be eligible for a one-time, $600 grant to reward them for providing a valuable service through the pandemic, Gov. Tom Wolf’s administration said Wednesday.
Pa. Child Care Providers To Receive $117 Million In CARES Act FundingChild care providers in Pennsylvania will split $117 million in CARES Act funding.
Pittsburgh Nanny Agency In 'Dire Need' Of Child Care Help As Schools Move To Online LearningFor many kids this year, the classroom is at home.
Allegheny Co. Early Learning Resource, Dept. Of Human Services Working To Provide Care For School Age Children At 'Learning Hubs'While getting the kids back to school is normally a relief in a lot of households, this year it's mostly anxiety.
'Mask On, Gloves And Handheld Thermometer': Child Care Centers In 'Yellow' Counties Prepare To Open Their Doors To ChildrenThe Department of Human Services discussed what child care centers across the state need to do to safely open their doors.
Pa. Department of Human Services Creates Online Tool For Essential Workers To Find Child CareThe Pa. Department of Human Services is launching a website dedicated to providing essential employees with childcare professionals.
Coronavirus In Ohio: State OKs 2,000 Child Care Sites For First Responders, Health Care Workers, Others Deemed EssentialAbout 2,000 child care centers in Ohio have been approved so far under a special “pandemic” license.
Proclamation Names September 24 'Call It Child Care Day' In PittsburghA proclamation named September 24 'Call It Child Care' Day in Pittsburgh, in an effort to help people understand the evolving industry of childcare.
Taxpayers Foot Bill For Free Child Care For City Employees On Selected DaysPittsburgh city employees are about to get a new benefit: child care for their kids, including infants and toddlers.
Study: Child Care Costs Rival Some College TuitionsPlaytime and naps are getting more expensive.
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