- June 17, 2016 at 10:13 pm#1272Sandra ColeParticipant
Did you know that you can visit the following sites and sign up to receive advocacy information?
Ounce of Prevention IL – go to http://www.theounce.org, click on Advocate for Early Childhood, then click on sign up for action alerts
IL Action for Children – go to http://www.actforchildren.org, click on Take Action on behalf of children and families, then click on get involved
Voices for IL Children – go to http://www.voices4kids.org, then click on subscribe by email
Following these steps can help keep you up to date on ways to get involved and be an advocate for yourself and the children and families you serve. We need to be advocates to run a better business.September 24, 2016 at 7:24 pm#1694faith arnoldParticipant
Webster dictionary defines, advocate “as one who pleads on behalf of another”. As early childhood practitioners this is what we do. We work diligently to support children, families, and our community. Here are some additional resources to help us learn more about the systems that has an impact on the work we do. I urge others to share as well. Also, you can sign up for their newsletter.March 26, 2017 at 2:17 am#2166Cynthia BrownParticipant
Hello My Name is Cynthia Brown I am a Family Licensed Childcare Provider. I been in the business for over 10 Years now located in Maywood, IL. Yes i am fully aware of the information concerning Advocacy. I get literature from all sources mentioned above. I am also getting information through the Union as well to stay updated and informed on whats going on.April 24, 2017 at 4:35 am#2468Titaje TitajeParticipant
OK 🙂May 24, 2017 at 12:54 pm#2715Patricia IngramParticipant
No, Iwas not aware that we could sign up on line to the different advocacy agencys.
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