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Dorchester County First Steps is ever so grateful to Dorchester Habitat for Humanity for the wonderful donation of 250 masks for our families and children. We especially want to thank Mr. Edward Brockington, Restore Manager. These masks will help a great deal as we fight to stay healthy and safe during this pandemic. Thank you … Continue reading Dorchester Habitat for Humanity Donates to Dorchester County First Steps!
Seeking to fill the position of: Community Outreach Seeking to fill the position of: PARENT EDUCATOR The Position: Contracted position for one year (September 1,2020 - September 30, 2021), Position will require home visitations and evening group meetings Qualifications: Must have an Associate, Bachelor’s or higher degree in social work, education, psychology or related fields, … Continue reading Dorchester County First Steps Has Job Openings for Parent Educator and Community Outreach
The Nurturing Parenting Programs are trauma informed, family-based programs designed for the prevention and treatment of child abuse and neglect. As a family, parents and their children learn positive and caring nurturing skills. Family Development Resources, Inc. provides programmatic materials, training, and ongoing technical assistance to support program implementation. Training and support are also provided … Continue reading Important Information about Being a Nurturing Parent
What happens if you get the #coronavirus as a parent? This thought may leave parents feeling worried and confused. Download this handout to learn how to prepare if you get sick. Download Full Parent Handout
Posted by South Carolina First Steps: Although much has changed in the past month due to the coronavirus pandemic, the need to ensure an accurate count of our nation’s residents in the 2020 Census – especially our youngest children – remains the same. Fortunately, it has never been easier to respond to the census on your own, … Continue reading Census 2020: Let’s Count All Kids
Feeling judged rarely, if ever, has a positive effect on parents or their children. If we want to help parents best meet their children's needs, they need backing, not blame. Learn more at http://bit.ly/2ncgExK. Dorchester County First Steps is committed to being a judgment-free zone.
Source: Harriet Tubman book for young readers featured in Magnolia’s Children Garden Harriet Tubman book for young readers featured in Magnolia’s Children Garden By The Charleston Chronicle | February 11, 2020 | 0 In honor of Black History Month, the Tri-County First Steps has placed in the Children’s Garden at Magnolia Plantation and Gardens the … Continue reading Harriet Tubman book for young readers featured in Magnolia’s Children Garden
Dorchester First Steps is looking for 3 child care providers, from Dorchester Cty, interested in making this commitment to change. Only serious applicants need apply. Contact Crystal Campbell firstname.lastname@example.org.