interview

Autism in Preschoolers: An interview with Diane Van Driesen Part 2

March 17, 2010

Tweet Tweet Autism is a huge issue that may affect many daycare providers or those that own childcare centers.  Diane Van Driesen, Director of Autism Services for the Wawa Eden House, clarifies autism spectrum disorder and describes special services for autistic children. Van Driesen also provides advice for parents of autistic children who are searching [...]

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Autism and Daycare: An interview with Diane Van Driesen Part 1

March 15, 2010

Tweet Tweet Autism is a huge issue that may affect many daycare providers or those that own childcare centers.  Diane Van Driesen, Director of Autism Services for the Wawa Eden House, clarifies autism spectrum disorder and describes special services for autistic children. Van Driesen also provides advice for parents of autistic children who are searching [...]

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Separation Anxiety in Daycare: Interview with Dr. Shannon Ayers

December 25, 2009

Tweet Tweet Separation anxiety is a stage of development in which children become anxious, nervous, or scared upon separation from a parent and is normal in preschool and daycare. Children may cry and cling to parents at daycare center drop-off time, need a carry a security item throughout the day, and/or cry at pick up [...]

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Is your Child Ready for Kindergarten? Interview with Stacey Kannenberg

December 4, 2009

Tweet Tweet One important duty of childcare centers and preschools is to prepare children to enter preschool. Is your child preschool ready? In this interview with Stacey Kannenberg, co-author of the award winning, California and Texas Approved books Let’s Get Ready for Kindergarten! and Let’s Get Ready For First Grade!, discusses signs of kindergarten readiness. [...]

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Your Childs’ on-site Interview Checklist

April 13, 2009

Tweet Tweet Here are some of the most important things you have to make sure of when it comes to a day care center for your child.

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