Disability Training for Child Care Workers

Staff of the Child Development Agency (CDA), listen intently to a point being made by Special Educator Margaret Chin during a disability training workshop held in partnership with the Nathan Ebanks Foundation recently.

The Child Development Agency (CDA) is boosting the capacity of workers within child care facilities to serve children with disabilities. The Agency recently partnered with the Nathan Ebanks Foundation to provide training for some 20 staff members from residential child care facilities islandwide. The course was designed to help teachers …

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CDA Targets Parenting

Parents Get Information from the CDA Booth at Allman Town Primary

Acting CEO of the Child Development Agency (CDA) Rosalee Gage-Grey has disclosed that the Agency has intensified its intervention in communities to guide persons in becoming more effective parents. The Acting CEO was speaking at the Child Development Agency’s (CDA) “Every Child is My Child” Community Forum and Expo at the Allman …

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CDA Provides Summer Jobs

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“It was a wonderful experience sitting in the same room with the people who helped me when I was growing up, and watch them helping other children in need.” This was the sentiment of 18-year-old Janine Henry who grew up in State care, as she thanked the Child Development Agency’s …

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Community Forum

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 CDA Stages Community Forum and Expo in Allman Town The Child Development Agency (CDA) stages the latest in its“Every Child is My Child” Community Forum and Expo series at the Allman Town Primary School, 19 Victoria Street in Allman Town on Wednesday, September 25, 2013. The expo starts at 3:00p.m. …

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CDA Provides Summer Employment

Acting CEO of the Child Development Agency Rosalee Gage-Grey, CDA staff and children who participated in the Agency’s Summer Programme for 2013.

“It was a wonderful experience sitting in the same room with the people who helped me when I was growing up, and watch them helping other children in need.” This was the sentiment of 18-year-old Janine Henry who grew up in State care, as she thanked the Child Development Agency’s …

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