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Community Action Agency Children's Programs Report. 2012-2013.

 KIDS COUNT Michigan 2012. Jackson County.

 


 

  • Community Action Agency Programs. Jackson County. Includes Head Start, Early Head Start, School Readiness, Warm the Children, and more. Early Head Start is a program for families with infants and toddlers that focuses on the developmental needs of very young children. In the home based program option, home visitors visit families once a week to follow baby's developmental milestones and anticipate next steps of development. Home visitors also help families create healthy environments in which their babies can grow and develop. In the center based program option, infants and toddlers come to the center and interact while EHS teacher and assistants follow each child's developmental goals and provide a quality care environment while parents are working or attending school.
  • Community Action Agency Children's Programs Report. 2012-2013.
  • Early Head Start is a program for families with infants and toddlers that focuses on the developmental needs of very young children. In the home based program option, home visitors visit families once a week to follow baby's developmental milestones and anticipate next steps of development. Home visitors also help families create healthy environments in which their babies can grow and develop. In the center based program option, infants and toddlers come to the center and interact while EHS teacher and assistants follow each child's developmental goals and provide a quality care environment while parents are working or attending school.
  • Jackson School of the Arts. The Jackson School of the Arts is a nonprofit organization dedicated to making the arts accessible and affordable to youth in Jackson County Michigan.  We offer high quality low cost programs in dance, theater and art at our site on 634 N. Mechanic Street and in the community. 
  • Right Start. 2011. Right Start 20102009: Maternal and Infant Well-being in county groups. The Right Start in Michigan, a review of maternal and infant well-being, is based on eight indicators of maternal and infant well-being. Kids Count in Michigan annually updates these measures for the state, its 83 counties, and the 69 communities with population over 25,000. These measures are all related to the life prospects for a newborn.
  • Trends Report. 1996-2007. Children's Protective Services. Michigan Department of Human  Services. 2007 Statistics. Includes child abuse & neglect case breakdown by age and race of child, types of perpetrators, complaint sources, and also includes changes to laws, policies & procedures.