COVID-19 Resources for Providers

by Lauren Lewis

COVID-19 Resources for Providers

by Lauren Lewis

by Lauren Lewis

Resources for Providers:

  1. Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) COVID-19 Guidelines 
  2. Alabama Department of Human Resources COVID-19 Guidelines
  3. Alabama Department of Public Health COVID-19 Resources
  4. Forgivable Loans for Child Care Providers Through the CARES Act Fact Sheet
  5. COVID-19 Impact on Child Care Survey
  6. Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) Information Sheet: Borrowers
  7. CDC Supplemental Guidance for Child Care Programs That Remain Open
  8. Adverse Childhood Experiences Resources
  9. Coloring Book: Helping Kids through the Coronavirus Crisis
  10. The US Chamber of Commerce has a small business guide to help small businesses access financial assistance through the CARES Act. It can be found at: https://www.uschamber.com/report/covid-19-emergency-loans-small-business-guide 
  11. Center for the Child Development, Harvard University News: The Brain Architects podcast episode 1, new workshop opportunities, and more!
  12. Cash Options for Providers and CCR&RS during the Coronavirus Pandemic
  13. Scholarship Opportunity for High School CTE Teachers and Family Child Care Providers
  14. A Guide to COVID-19 and Early Childhood Development
  15. Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF) Discretionary Funds Appropriated in the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act)
  16. Business Rights + COVID-19
  17. Becker’s Early Childhood Free Webinar
  18. COVID-19 Financial Relief Resources for Early Care and Education Workers
  19. NAEYC SBA Loans FAQs and Resources
  20. Tuscaloosa Chamber Reopen Alabama Resource Guide
  21. Voters Agree: Child Care is Essential
  22. Free COVID-19 Flyers and Handouts
  23. Strengths-Based Practice in Troubled Times
  24. Child Care Relief
  25. Talk, Read, and Play en espanol!
  26. Yale School of Medicine Survey of Child Care Providers
  27. Day Cares Struggle to Open as Alabama Parents Keep Kids at Home

Trainings:

  1. Read Right from the Start Special Incentive for Completing Online Training
  2. Nutrition and Physical Activity Self-Assessment for Child Care (Go NAPSACC assessments and training modules- use this code to register child care programs: RTHNVAVP)
  3. Better Kid Care has Numerous Trainings Focused on Child Care that can be taken for Free ($5.00 if certificate is needed)
  4. Texas A&M Child Care Training Courses
  5. CDC’s Adverse Childhood Experiences training modules (resources and online training)
  6. Child Development
  7. ADPH Training Center (multiple health topics)
  8. Strengthening Families: Scroll to bottom of page where the Protective Factors are listed and create an account. Be sure to choose the free course. You will receive a certificate of completion just not CEU’s.
  9. Developmental Milestones: Watch Me! Celebrating Milestones and Sharing Concerns: Certificate will be provided after quizzes on developmental milestones are completed.
  10. Quorum
  11. Adverse Childhood Experiences Online Learning
  12. Columbus Technical College Free Professional Development Classes
  13. EarlyEdU Highlight Webinar: Using Interactive Media in Early Learning
  14. Emergency Child Care Webinar Series: Health Guidance (posted 4/17/2020)
  15. Emergency Child Care Webinar Series: Child Development (posted 4/17/2020)
  16. Resources for Emergency Child Care Providers (supplement to webinar series)
  17. Free Leadership Class Offered by Troy University

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