Every child's journey is different. We partner with and guide parents when challenges arise in their child's education, health, behavior or development, so children can reach their full potential.
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Given the rapidly changing circumstances with the coronavirus, ParentsCAN has adjusted our services to continue to support you during this unprecedented public health crisis.
We have set up a virtual office and will continue to support families as follows, more…
Dadas las circunstancias que han cambiado rápidamente con el coronavirus, ParentsCAN ha ajustado nuestros servicios para continuar apoyándolo durante esta crisis de salud pública sin precedentes.
Hemos establecido una oficina virtual y continuaremos brindando apoyo a las familias de la siguiente manera, más…
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The 2020 Census counts every person living in the United States and five U.S. territories.
Census results affect your community every day: School lunches. Plans for highways. Support for firefighters and families in need.
An accurate census is crucial to your community; an undercount could result in millions of lost funding, especially for social services. #disabilitycounts2020
The results of the census also determine the number of seats each state will have in the U.S. House of Representatives, and they are used to draw congressional and state legislative districts.
Click here for more information about filling out the census in English and Spanish, including sample questions.
"Knowledge is power and ParentsCAN helps families to be powerful."
~ Carmen B.
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News & Notes
On average, a new habit takes approximately 30 days to develop, so don’t get discouraged if you struggle at first. Remain positive and focused on the goal.
Working from home comes with a number of challenges, which you know all too well if you’ve been telecommuting since the beginning of the pandemic. But when you’re trying to parent and work from the same place, things can easily spiral into chaos. Here are a few tips for structuring your days in a way that creates more harmony for you and your family.
Bridging the parental divide might feel especially frustrating and confusing right now. “Given the current state of the world, everything feels more emotionally charged,” says Stephanie Lee, PsyD, a child psychologist at the Child Mind Institute, “but I want to remind parents that more likely than not you do have tools and skills to handle this.”