Resources that support inclusive child care and out-of-school time programs
The Inclusive Child Care Program (ICCP) keeps a library of community, state and national resources. These include materials on an array of information and materials supporting inclusive child care and out-of-school time programs.
The current ICCP library includes:
- Articles, handouts and websites on inclusion values and practices,
- Materials in English and Spanish on the Americans with Disabilities Act,
- Brochures and other information on community, state and national mental health, disability and health care resources and programs.
Parents, child care professionals, and others contact us with their questions. We will try to connect them with materials or publications that apply to their concerns.
Upcoming events and professional development opportunities
Click HERE for upcoming FACT events!
Save the date!
FACT’s All Abibility TRI4Youth
August 18, 2018
Friends and Family ACCESS PLAY @ the Museum.
Click HERE for more information.
Training and Support for Parents and Caregivers of Children with Autism.
Click HERE for dates, times, and location
Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute: For 50 years, FPG’s research, technical assistance, outreach, and service have shaped how the nation cares for and educates young children.
Earned Income Tax Credit: Click HERE to find out if you are eligible. The EITC is intended to help low-income families retain needed income and better ensure continued self-sufficiency.
Click HERE to read “Preschool Inclusion: Key Findings from Research and Implications for Policy” published in April 2016.
Frequently Asked Questions
Want some quick information about inclusive child care? Click here for a list of FAQ’s, Frequently Asked Questions: Inclusive Child Care Program FAQs
Open Hearts, Open Doors: Providing Inclusive Child Care
This booklet is available in English and Spanish. It gives child care providers basic information and tips about inclusive child care. Parents have also found it helpful. Many parents have shared copies with current or prospective child care providers. Print copies are available upon request. The booklet can be downloaded at:
Featured places to visit!
We want to share websites or upcoming classes that we find especially helpful.
- The “Achieving a Better Life Experience” (ABLE) Act of 2014 tax-free savings account information.
- Little Kids, Big Questions: A ZERO TO THREE Podcast Series on Early Childhood Development This series addresses some of the most common (and challenging) issues facing parents of babies and toddlers, such as: helping a baby learn to sleep through the night; dealing with a picky eater; and learning to set limits on children’s behavior. These questions—and more—are covered in this series of 12 podcasts, hosted by Ann Pleshette Murphy, a past contributor to ABC’s Good Morning America Parenting Segment and Vice President of the ZERO TO THREE Board of Directors.
- Oregon Kids Healthy and Safe: Oregon Kids: Healthy and Safe (OKHS) helps early care and education professionals provide healthy and safe environments and practices for children in their care. The Oregon Kids: Healthy and Safe (OKHS) project’s goal is to ensure health and safety in early care and education. Credit hours can help meet the Oregon child care licensing training requirement. Check with your local Child Care Resource & Referral agency for training information.
Watch this site for more helpful resources. We will update it regularly.
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