PCHP in the News

  • The Challenge of Accessing Quality Child Care

    Family child care is often the most available, flexible, and affordable method of child care, providing a familiar home environment and smaller, mixed-age groups of children. Many families prefer home-based care for these reasons, but it is a particularly convenient option for parents who work inconsistent or rotating work schedules and may not be able…Read More

  • PARENT-CHILD HOME PROGRAM WELCOMES THOMAS POWERS TO ITS BOARD OF DIRECTORS

    May 24, 2016 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Parent-Child Home Program Welcomes Thomas Powers to Its Board of Directors New York, May 24, 2016 – The Parent-Child Home Program (“PCHP”), a leading early literacy/school readiness organization that promotes parental engagement in early literacy and language development to ensure school success, announced that it has welcomed Thomas Powers to its…Read More

  • WATCH: 4-year-olds celebrate their Graduation Day

    It was Graduation Day for 4-year-old kids, complete with caps and gowns. These children were enrolled in King County’s Parent-Child Home Program — a preview of things to come as the county’s “Best Start for Kids” initiative was passed by voters last fall. One mom says her son’s early schooling is really inspiring him to…Read More

  • Handprint American Flag

    Happy Memorial Day!   The unofficial kickoff to summer is upon us and that means time for lots of outdoor play – not only running around play but also the kind of art projects you don’t want to do inside!  Outdoor play is fun for children (and adults as well), and is also a great…Read More

  • Young learners graduate from Miss Ruby’s Kids

    Sixteen young learners, decked out in their best outfits, recently had their first opportunity to walk across the stage for graduation. Miss Ruby’s Kids, a nonprofit organization that works with families to help 2- and 3-year-old children get ready for school with its parent-student-home program, held its annual graduation ceremony May 6. “We are really…Read More