1.In a 1-page paper, tell of your understanding of collaborative caregiving and why it is important
2.. In a 1-page paper, compare and contrast the way the children were socialized in Center C and Center A. How would this socialization help each of these groups of children fit into their parents' world?
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Collaborative Care Giving:
Collaborative Care Giving in Education Service Area: Plans, coordinates, and supervises the program in accordance with the Department of Education Performance Standards. The education service area provides certified teachers in every classroom and implements the High Scope curriculum.
Collaborative Care in Health/Nutrition Service Area: Links families to accessible healthcare and insurance coverage in the Cleveland area. The health/nutrition service area provides special plans for children with health-related issues. Staff and parents receive First Aid and CPR training. Meals and snacks are provided according to the USDA guidelines.
Collaborative Care in Parent Involvement Service Area: Gives parents the opportunity to become actively involved in the program and classroom planning. Parents also represent the agency at local, state, and national meetings.
Collaborative Care in Disabilities/Mental Health Service Area: Provides comprehensive services to children with disabilities, including speech/language and psychological screening and evaluation, on-site speech therapy, individual planning for classroom activities, and referrals to appropriate outside agencies.
Collaborative Care in Social Service Component: Provides a support system to assist families with their needs and goals. Information and referrals are available through community partnerships and networking. Program options are available to meet the various needs of the families served.
WHY COLLABORATIVE CARE GIVING IS IMPORTANT
collaborative care giving means that even though each child is an individual with unique needs, interests, and abilities joint efforts can meet their needs. Growth and learning occur is a sequential manner and can be fostered by providing children with experiences that encourage interaction with peers, materials, ...