Colorado Child Fatality Prevention System
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Local Review Teams
Tuesday, October 1, 2019
Share your perspective on the dramatic decline of infant care and family child care homes in Colorado
Share your perspective on the dramatic decline of infant care and family child care homes in Colorado.
Office of Early Childhood
Early Childhood Leadership Commission
(ECLC), and the
coalition want to know your thoughts on
Senate Bill 63
They are looking for your perspective on:
1) the reasons for the dramatic decline in family child care homes and infant care in Colorado since 2010, and
2) possible recommendations to be included in the Infant and Family Child Care Shortage Strategic Action Plan.
To ensure your input informs the Plan,
please fill out this survey
no later than October 7, 2019.
The Colorado legislature passed
Senate Bill 19-063: Infant and Family Child Care Action Plan
in 2019 in effort to address Colorado's dramatic loss of family and infant child care since 2010. The bill charged the OEC and the ECLC with developing a strategic action plan to address that loss.
As a parent, provider, advocate, educator or other interested party, your input will ensure that the SB-63 report that is delivered to the Colorado General Assembly on Dec. 1, 2019 is as robust and solution-focused as possible.
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