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Early Care Professionals

Local Nonprofit Participates in State-Wide Program to Help Local Child Care Providers

For Immediate ReleaseMedia Contact: Sharon Moyer Partnership for Children of Cumberland County, Inc., part of the state-wide Smart Start network, is supporting family child care... Continue Reading

4 Strategies to Help Your Child Wear a Face-Covering

As the Corona virus pandemic continues in our community and nation-wide, we are faced with the need to establish new habits... Continue Reading

Data Shows That Our System Continues To Fail Children Who Are Black

I am a white woman who is just a little past middle-aged. I have spent nearly all of my life in... Continue Reading

Get Outside and Play! Benefits of Outside Play and Your Child

As the days get longer and our ability to move about in the great big world becomes a little easier (socially... Continue Reading

Empty swing at a playground. Sad dramatic mood for negative themes such as bullying at school, child abuse, pedophilia, traumatic childhood or kidnap. Seesaw in the background. Old retro vintage feel.

Mass shootings and early childhood trauma share a common thread

A recent LA Times article states, “First, the vast majority of mass shooters in our study experienced early childhood trauma and... Continue Reading

Fayetteville Area Educator Receives International Award

Kindermusik Educator, Kerri Hurley Receives International Award FAYETTEVILLE, NC – Partnership for Children of Cumberland County, Inc. is proud to announce... Continue Reading

Information Session for Early Care Professionals

Partnership for Children of Cumberland County Hosts Information Session for Early Care Professionals FAYETTEVILLE, NC – Partnership for Children of Cumberland... Continue Reading

School Attendance Awareness is habit forming! Preschoolers seated on a rug, raising their hands.

School Attendance Awareness Month

September is School Attendance Awareness Month! Regular attendance in the early grades boosts children’s learning, achievement and motivation. Attendance is so... Continue Reading

Office table with Women's View Magazine open to PFC article about Kindergarten Readiness. Also picuted notepad, computer and coffee cup. View from above.

Preparing Children for Kindergarten

Preparing Children for Kindergarten We all want to make sure the children in our lives are happy, healthy and ready to... Continue Reading

Community Child Abuse Plan Credited for Implementation of Program

Community Child Abuse Plan Credited for Implementation of Parenting Program In a Media Release from Cumberland County Department of Public Health... Continue Reading