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|About||http://www.childreninc.org/ - Children, Inc. provides high quality child care and early childhood education for parents and professionals.|
|Mission||We advance the success of young children by partnering with families, professionals and the community through exemplary services, training, research and advocacy. We accomplish our mission within a culture of innovation, collaboration and shared leadership.|
Children, Inc. offers nationally accredited child care and early childhood education programs in a variety of settings throughout Northern Kentucky for infants to school age children. The agency currently consists of eleven centers, operates school age care centers at forty-five local schools, manages a family child care network of approximately sixty-five certified providers, runs a home visitation program called "Young Families Program" which is part of the regional "Every Child Succeeds" network, and offers a variety of training programs for parents and early childhood professionals across the country.
Children, Inc. is a United Way Agency Partner.
Notice of Non-Discrimination
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|Awards||Children, Inc. programs are the highest rated programs in the region. There are over 2600 state recognized child care centers in the state of Kentucky. 16 of them have achieved a 4 out of 4 Star Rating from the state. Children, Inc. operates 5 of those 4 STAR centers. There are also nine 3 or 4 Star rated and nationally accredited centers in northern Kentucky. Children, Inc. operates eight of them.|
Children, Inc. began writing music for children about Social Emotional Development in 2004. David Kisor is a talented artist that serves as Children, Inc.’s Music Director and writes children’s songs that are based in recent research. These songs are fun for children and not annoying to parents while still teaching the all important messages of confidence, self control and initiative. In order to develop and distribute these and other social emotional products, Children, Inc. internally organized the entity Growing Sound.
Growing Sound is an on-going celebration of positive growth through songs, books and videos. Children have fun singing while parents help their children develop skills and get ready for school. Growing Sound enhances every child's natural growth and development and is also a useful for children who have developmental and behavioral concerns. The materials stimulate growth in all areas of the child's life; including social-emotional skills, learning skills, literacy, and concepts in math to name a few.
Growing Sound songs, books and videos are available in traditional formats as well as electronic downloads, making them easy to use at home, in the car and at school. The Growing Sound songs can be purchased and downloaded immediately from http://shop.childreninc.org. Or, if you prefer, a CD can be mailed to you.