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Dealing with the Stress of Being a Child Care Provider

Thursday, September 14, 2017, 6:30 PM until 8:30 PM
Geneva Site
671 S. Exchange Street
Geneva, NY  14456

Heather Fiero
Professional Development
Registration is required
Payment In Advance Only
Cancellation Policy:
A refund or credit voucher will be issued when participants cancel their training registration at least three (3) business days prior to class. Credit vouchers have an expiration date, one year from the date issued to the provider. Child & Family Resources does not issue refunds or credit vouchers when participants do not show up at training unless there are extenuating circumstances. These will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis.
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Dealing With the Stress of Being a Child Care Provider
(1-CD, 4-PD, 6-CA, 7-SBS)


September 14, 2017
Geneva Site


STRESS…………….. There is a lot of stress doing daycare in the home. Blending your family and the daycare family, everyone wants and needs something different from you. The children need
individual one on one time with you. The baby needs to be fed; Joey needs to be changed; the 2 year olds want to color; the 4 year old wants you to read him a book; the dog wants to go out; your child wants to play with her toys in her room; your other children are coming home from school and want to talk to you about their day. And then there is all the paperwork that is required. Finding time to do everything is exhausting and very; very stressful. This training is about stress management; things that
will work in the moment and ways to avoid
ongoing stress.
(Identified Audience – new
providers, experienced providers, FDC, GFDC, LE)

  CBK: 5, 6, 7 ELG: 2
Trainer: Tracy Killigrew

This class is not eligible for EIP funding.