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Because you have a young child in your care, your family may benefit from Early Childhood Education Services.
The time between the ages of 0 and 5 is very critical for the social, cognitive, and physical development of a child. Developmental concerns are often identified during this age period. Early intervention support and services can significantly improve the ability of a child to adapt to or even overcome developmental issues.
For more information, you can explore these Developmental Checklists and Early Childhood Screening Services that will support the early childhood education needs of your family.
Our Search Tool can also help you find resources in your local area for Early Childhood Education Services. To get started: 1) enter your zip code, and 2) under the category of "Education," select "Family Resource Centers" or "Childcare" for additional support with the educational needs of your young child.
Because you have experienced problems enrolling your kinship child in school, your family may benefit from legal assistance for education issues.
You may first want to explore this information on How to Enroll a Kinship Child in School. If you have provided the school with all of the needed documentation and have still been unable to enroll your chold in school, it may be time to consider legal assistance.
It is not uncommon for a kinship caregiver to have difficulties enrolling a kinship child in school. School staff may not be aware that caregivers have the right to enroll a child in school in California. The good news is that the right legal forms will likely give you what you need to enroll your child in school with no further problems.
We have compiled some Legal Resources for you, including several key Legal Forms that are typically sufficient to allow you to enroll your kinship child in school.
Our Search Tool can also help you find legal assistance in your local area. To get started: 1) enter your zip code, and 2) under the category of "Legal Assistance," select "Kinship Rights" or "General Legal Aid" for additional legal support for the educational needs of your school-age child.
Because your kinship child is struggling in school, your kinship family may benefit from Education Support Services.
There are many reasons a child may struggle academically or behaviorally at school, including bullying, response to trauma, mental health concerns, or a disability. A meeting with the child's teacher may be a good place to start in identifying the educational challenges and needs of your kinship child.
There are a variety of Education Support Services for children who are struggling in school, whether academically, socially, or behaviorally. These services can include tutoring, counseling, Individualized Edication Plans (IEPs), and 504 Plans. Getting the right school support can make a big difference for the long-term academic success of your kinship child.
Our Search Tool can also help you find education assistance services in your local area. To get started: 1) enter your zip code, and 2) explore resources under the category of "Education."
You indicated that you may benefit from additional information to help you identify appropriate developmental milestones for the young child in your care.
Even seasoned caregivers and professionals sometimes have a hard time knowing if a child is meeting all of their developmental milestones. We have compiled information and resources that include Developmental Checklists you can use to help you evaluate the stages of development for your kinship child.
Our Search Tool can also help you find child development resources in your local area. To get started: 1) enter your zip code, and 2) under the category of "Education," select "Family Resource Centers" for additional support with the developmental needs of your young child.
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