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Early childhood educators partner with parents for the benefit of their children. Parents often look to you when seeking resources to meet the needs of their children. This course will help child care providers learn about important health care resources available to them and the children and families that they serve.

Course Information Early childhood educators in high-quality child care programs partner with parents for the benefit of their children. Parents often look to them for professional expertise when seeking resources to meet the needs of their children. This 1-hour online training course will help child care providers learn about important health care resources available to them and the children and families that they serve. Funding for this course was provided by the Office of Title V and Family Health, Texas Department of State Health Services using Title V Maternal and Child Block Grant Funds.

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