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Children’s Holiday Party (To-Go)

Celebrate the holidays with ChildSavers safely at our outdoor, walk-thru and drive-thru Children’s Holiday Party! Boxed meals, toys, art kits, and hygiene items will be available for pick up. This party is for ChildSavers clients only and is first-come-first serve. Date: Thursday, December 9, 2021 Location: ChildSavers (200 North 22nd Street Richmond, VA 23223) Time: …

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The ASL Daycare team poses outside of the family day home located in Chesterfield, VA.

Inclusive ASL Daycare Serving Deaf Children in Richmond, VA

One of the many gifts we receive in life is the opportunity to pave smoother paths for future generations, allowing our community’s children to not only advance, but thrive. This is both our responsibility and honor.  Mrs. Andrea W. Oliver, owner of ASL Daycare, is familiar with overcoming adversity. As a former Richmond Public Schools student who was born Deaf, she always dreamed of creating inclusive  learning environments for the youngest members of Richmond’s …

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Nap and naptime tips for child care providers and day care teachers

Is Naptime A Friend or Foe to Child Care Providers?

Joyce Mason, Caniya Johnson, and Janet Burke from ChildSavers explore the ins and outs of naps… for both the child that doesn’t want to sleep and the one who does. Naptime can be the best time of day or the worst daytime nightmare for an early care teacher. Having a naptime that all children go …

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Racism as Trauma

ChildSavers guides our community’s children through life’s critical moments with trauma-informed mental health and child development services. As an agency, we define trauma as a painful emotional experience caused by an event or events that challenge a person’s sense of safety. Today I am starting a conversation about what culture, race, and ethnicity have to …

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