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Color me SAFE was born from the immense need for professionals with an understanding of policy and procedure of child protection issues. Armed with years of experience and passion, we created a full-service consulting firm that could instill power and knowledge to those who need it.

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Daycare germs: what you need to know - Today's Parent

Daycare germs: what you need to know - Today's Parent

Before my daughter started daycare at 19 months, I could count on one hand the number of times she’d been sick. But after only two months in the daycare germ storm, I’d already...

Student Parents Can Benefit from Head Start Childcare Program

Student Parents Can Benefit from Head Start Childcare Program

A program run by the Department of Health and Human Services has the potential to help post-secondary institutions across the country in supporting the enrolled student parents...

2 Words Every Child Needs to Hear From Their Parents

2 Words Every Child Needs to Hear From Their Parents

What do you say that will stay with your kids the rest of their lives? This beautiful question that has driven me to think about the words I use and the power that they hold....

How to Support a Child with Epilepsy: Information for Parents

How to Support a Child with Epilepsy: Information for Parents

How to Support a Child with Epilepsy: Information for Parents Page Content Article Body Most children with epilepsy live full, active lives that include school, friends, sports,...

7 Ways Parents Can Help Kids Sharpen Their Memory

7 Ways Parents Can Help Kids Sharpen Their Memory

Childhood is all about learning, and learning is a lot easier if you have a strong memory. Not only does the ability to capture and recall knowledge make it more likely that a...

Why DO children act up, misbehave and get ‘naughty?’ - Sue Atkins The Parenting Coach

Why DO children act up, misbehave and get ‘naughty?’ - Sue Atkins The Parenting Coach

So, what does the word mean? It usually means that your child is exhibiting behaviour that you find frustrating, irritating, confusing, challenging, annoying or even...

What parents need to know about Adderall on college campuses

What parents need to know about Adderall on college campuses

What If My Teen Is Not Ready for College? Students Don’t See Misuse as a Big Deal While many students will acknowledge that excessive drinking is bad or that many illegal drugs...

Growth in social work assessments leading to no action slowing, child in need statistics suggest

Growth in social work assessments leading to no action slowing, child in need statistics suggest

The rapid rise over the last few years in social work assessments that lead to no action appears to be slowing, suggesting a stabilising of thresholds, a social work leader has...

Understanding Self-Injury Among Autistic Individuals

Understanding Self-Injury Among Autistic Individuals

Understanding Self-Injury Among Autistic Individuals Understanding Self-Injury Among Autistic Individuals October 22, 2018 • Contributed by Zawn Villines Head-banging,...

The Stories Behind the Numbers

The Stories Behind the Numbers

Nearly 1 in 5 infants and toddlers in the United States were living in poverty in 2018, according to data released today by the U.S. Census Bureau. But numbers only tell part of...

Intentional teaching makes the biggest impact on early childhood outcomes

Intentional teaching makes the biggest impact on early childhood outcomes

A look at several measures of the quality of early childhood education suggests that the instructional practices of preschool teachers have the largest effect on young...

Are Early Childhood Teachers Doing Everything Wrong? No, But... - Rae Pica

Are Early Childhood Teachers Doing Everything Wrong? No, But... - Rae Pica

When you write about controversial topics – as I often do and as I did last week, when I addressed crisscross-applesauce – you have to expect to get some pushback. And I did get...