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smitha.azariah

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Part of supporting children and families is recognizing, valuing, identifying, and referring to community resources when needed. Families often don't know what resources are available in their community or how to access them. Barriers such as language, culture, education, etc. may make it difficult for some families to find and/or contact needed services.

Providers need to recognize when families or children need additional help, more than you can offer. Remember that your role is NOT that of a counselor or diagnosing doctor. Instead you must be able to recognize when a situation calls for professional intervention and/or assessment. Identifying the broad-range of community resources and support available to families is necessary to providing appropriate referrals.
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julianachaves

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Some necessary resources are very expensive and some families may not have the financial resources to treat the child. It is important that there are these community resources where there is guarantee of all terms access to care.
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zwikfors

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Some families may not have the resources needed to care for their child so as a childcare provider we should have those resources readily available.
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