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    Individuals who nurture and teach children of all ages in child care centers, nursery schools, preschools, public schools, family child care homes and before and after school programs. They play an important role in a child's development by caring for the child when parents are at work or away for other reasons. Some parents enroll their children in nursery schools or child care centers primarily to provide them with the opportunity to interact with other children. In addition to attending to children's basic needs, these workers organize activities that stimulate the children's physical, emotional, intellectual and social growth. They help children explore their interests, develop their talents and independence, build self-esteem and learn how to get along with others.

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    Evaluation/Inspection ServicesMonitors and inspects food services by child care providers to make sure food programs are nutritious and prepared appropriately.ClintonFOOD CARE PROGRAMCHILD CARE COORDINATING COUNCIL OF THE NORTH COUNTRY
    Health/Medical Care ServicesChild Care Health Consultants assist child care programs with medication training, offer training about health related issues, develop policies and procedures to help keep children and adults safe and healthy and assist with finding health care plans. Child Care Health Consultants are registered nurses that partner with child care centers, group and family child care homes, and school-age programs to foster a safe and healthy environment for children.AlbanyCHILD CARE HEALTH CONSULTANTSCAPITAL DISTRICT CHILD CARE COUNCIL
    Information/Referral ServicesProvides referrals for working parents searching for licensed day care providers. Also provides training workshops for day care providers on various topics, such as early childhood development, health and safety, nutrition, educational activities and program management. Assists those interested in starting a day care through funding and orientation seminars.ClintonDAY CARE SERVICESJOINT COUNCIL FOR ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY OF CLINTON AND FRANKLIN COUNTIES (JCEO)

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