Parent, guardian & grandparents of children 0 to 5 your voice matters! Network and bond with others that share your same issues to help make change for babies in NJ.
The Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) is a reimbursement-based program available for licensed child care centers, registered family child care providers and before- and after-school care programs.
NJ showed an increase in the child uninsured rate, but it was below the national average. It also shows that the uninsured rate for Hispanic/Latino children under 19 was 6.8 percent compared to NJ’s overall uninsured rate of 4.3 percent.
Staff attorney Nina Peckman explains how education guidances have developed since mid-March and how parents can help their children with special needs have the opportunity to succeed academically.
A discussion of how professionals supporting families can recognize and tune in to their own needs during these changing and uncertain times – especially when they themselves are working parents.