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- Parent & Caregiver Survey | Chatham Kids Matter
Thanks to the more than 300 Chatham parent or caregiver of children ages 0 to 5 who participated in the survey! We appreciate your willingness to share yours experience and views on Early Child Care in Chatham County! English Survey Spanish Survey Parent & Caregiver Survey
- Early Childhood | Chatham Kids Matter | North Carolina
Chatham Kids Matter. As we recover from the pandemic, we need to focus on Chatham's children and their parents and caregivers to make sure the Chatham we are rebuilding together is one where children and families thrive. Chatham Early Childhood Community Needs Assessment Alongside our Community Partners, Chatham County Partnership for Children has launched an Early Childhood Community Needs Assessment that will shape an Early Childhood Action Plan for Chatham grounded in the perspectives of real members of our community. We need your help to complete this assessment! We cannot do this without you, our community! We want to hear YOUR voices, and to understand your challenges, needs, aspirations, and priorities so that we can make plans that serve YOU. If you are a parent of a child ages 0 to 5, or expecting a child, or if you are a child care provider or early childhood teacher, we want to hear from you! Click below to learn more about how you can participate in our Needs Assessment through a survey, interview, or focus group. Participate in our Assessment Parent & Caregiver Survey Thank you to the more than 300 Chatham parents and caregivers of children ages 0 to 5 who participated in the survey! We appreciate your willingness to share your experience and views on Early Child Care in Chatham Count TH E SURVEY IS NOW CLOSED Early Childhood Action Plan Chatham County Partnership for Children will be basing our Chatham Early Childhood Action Plan, or ECAP, on the results of our Community Needs Assessment. The ECAP will be grounded in the real needs of Chatham children and their parents and caregivers. Please click below to learn more about the Chatham County's Early Childhood Action Plan framework! Early Childhood Action Plan Contact Name Email Subject Message Submit Thanks for submitting!
- Community Needs Assessment | Chatham Kids Matter
Early Childhood Community Needs Assessment Your input is absolutely critical! Whether you participate in the needs assessment yourself or help us by connecting us with other members of the community who may be willing and able to participate, we will not be able to do this without you! Come back soon to read more about the process or to find out how you can participate. Contact Us How can I participate in the Early Childhood Community Needs Assessment? There are several ways you can share your perspectives and needs during the Needs Assessment process. Depending on your comfort level and what you want to share, you can choose to do any of the following: Complete a Survey Help us identify the early childhood education and care needs in our community by taking a 10-minute survey Participate in a Recorded Interview Come back soon to learn how to participate in an interview. Participate in a Focus Group Come back soon to learn how to participate in an focus group. Parent & Caregiver Survey Complete an online 15-minute survey about your experience and views on Early Child Care in Chatham County - in English or Spanis h. Survey participants will be entered into a drawing to win a $25 gift card to Food Lion CLICK THE BUTTON BELOW TO BEGIN TH E SURVEY! English Survey > Spanish Survey > Meet our Research Partners The Partnership for Children is excited to be working with two talented consultants on the Early Childhood Community Needs Assessment: Partners for Impact and Community Voice Consulting . They are excited to be working with the Partnership for Children, with the partner organizations of the Community Collaborative, and collaboratively alongside each other to assess the early childhood needs in Chatham County. Partners for Impact Beth Bordeaux & Angie Walsh Partners for Impact is a woman-owned and LBTQ-owned firm located in Apex. Their consultative approach is informed by our experience in strategic planning, organizational development, evaluation, trust building, integrating voices, and building accountability. They partner to build capacity for community change through assessing, developing strategy, evaluating, strengthening networks, and engaging stakeholder voices. Learn more about Partner for Impacts at partnersforimpact.com Community Voice Consulting Gabe Cumming & Carla Norwood Community Voice Consulting, based in Warren County, NC, specializes in stakeholder engagement and participatory research/evaluation. We use methods including interviewing, film production, facilitated conversations, qualitative analysis, and surveys to ensure that diverse community members' perspectives are represented in decisions that affect their lives. Learn more about Community Voice Consulting at communityvoicemethod.org