KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares A Guest Post From Dale Husdon on 10 Essential Skills for Exceptional Leadership in Children's Ministry

10 Skills For Exceptional Leadership In Children’s Ministry

At KidCheck, we like sharing relevant, actionable, and trustworthy information. It’s one of our favorite things to do. Our goal is to provide resources that can assist organizations caring for children and youth to be the best they can be while increasing safety and protection. This ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares Preparing Youth If Disaster Strikes

Preparing Youth If Disaster Strikes

During a disaster, everyone has a role to play, including the youth. Today’s youth often have a passion for serving their communities, and learning how to prepare for a disaster is an excellent way for them to get involved. Current FEMA research indicates it’s essential ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares A Child Safety Workshop Recap

KidCheck Child Safety Workshop Recap

This week KidCheck participated in the Kidmin Nation, Mega-Con Online event. In these unprecedented times, this conference offered leaders in children’s ministry the opportunity to learn new strategies for adapting to the disruption, connect with thought leaders, and have some fun! KidCheck is always honored to ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares Building an Emergency Survival Kit

Building An Emergency Survival Kit

According to Ready.gov, the first 72 hours after a disaster are the most critical. Whether you’re required to shelter in place with children or youth or offsite at an event, having an emergency survival kit for your organization is essential to protecting those in your ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Offers Check-In Surveys - The Data You Need

Check-In Surveys – The Data You Need

Knowledge is power, and a key benefit of using KidCheck secure children’s check-in, is the ongoing accessibility and customization child and youth-focused organizations have with their data. Our goal is to help you make decisions more quickly by receiving key information from returning families and ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Shares Five Steps to Creating A Disaster Plan

Five Steps to Creating A Disaster Plan

Preparation is one of the most significant challenges organizations face today in responding to a disaster. The best time to prepare for a disaster is before one happens. Whether you’re thinking about getting started on creating a plan or perhaps you’re in the middle of ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares Disaster Preparedness Best Practices

Disaster Preparedness Best Practices

September is National Disaster Preparedness month. There’s never been a better time to equip your organization for unforeseen circumstances such as natural disasters like hurricanes, fire or flood, a serious illness such as COVID-19 or the flu, power outages, or accidents. During the month, we’re ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Introduces the New ExpressHub 4

KidCheck Introduces the New ExpressHub 4

KidCheck continues to be committed to providing next-gen mobile check-in products that are affordable, easy to install, and increase family convenience and satisfaction. As child and youth-focused organizations continue to reopen during COVID-19, look for ways to reduce contact, encourage social distancing, and increase germ ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-in Shares Back-to-School Tips For Online Safety And Being Home Alone

Back-to-School Tips For Online Safety And Being Home Alone

COVID-19 has up-ended the back to school traditions, which means more children will find themselves at home alone. You can help encourage families to discuss child safety and provide information on the topic of how to keep kids safe. Between juggling a new rhythm of ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares Safety Tips for Returning Children to Regular Activity

Safety Tips for Returning Children to Regular Activity

This summer, parents have spent a lot of time educating their children on the actions they should take to prevent them from getting sick. Nevertheless, kids are often focused on other things and may not remember the wise words from their parents. Most families have ...
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