During the pandemic, our caregivers have been essential workers, supporting the social and emotional growth of our babies every day during a stressful time.
The NJ Task Force on Child Abuse and Neglect and NJDCF have partnered with the Child Welfare Education Institute at Stockton University to hold a series of Conversations about Race and Racism in Child Welfare. Learn more.
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.
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.
Learn how parents and caregivers can promote and support early learning at home using common household items and meaningful interactions.