KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares Tips for Emergency Planning

KidCheck: Medical Emergencies – Be Prepared

“By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.” Benjamin Franklin
Keeping the little ones in your care safe is a top priority, and being prepared for any medical emergency is a key to accomplishing that goal. Strongly consider the possibility that an emergency can happen […]

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KidCheck Secure Children's Checkin and the INCM Equip Child Safety Discussion

KidCheck and INCM Equip Course Child Safety Discussion

This week we presented to the INCM Equip Starter Group and the discussion centered on how to become “safety minded” in children’s ministry. We outlined eight elements of consideration for looking at safety from a holistic perspective. In addition, we shared the steps to continue […]

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KidCheck secure children's check-In shares the benefits of electronic check-in vs. using pen and paper

The Benefits of Electronic Children’s Check-In vs. Using Pen & Paper

Making the decision to move away from using pen and paper to an electronic solution for your children’s ministry check-in may seem daunting, due to all the details that must be considered. On one hand, pen and paper is low cost, simple, and can be […]

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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares Child Safety Tips for VBS

Child Safety Tips for VBS

It’s the time of year when children’s ministry teams begin ramping up for planning, coordinating, and overseeing their largest outreach event of the year – Vacation Bible School (VBS).  Whether you’re setting goals, preparing budgets, or creating a promotional plan; one fact remains the same…child […]

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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares a Guest Post on Allergy Awareness

Guide To Allergy Awareness from Wristbands Resources

This guest post from Wristband Resources came to us from Mary-Anne Kent, a Girl Scout Troop leader working very hard to assist her girls on earning their First Aid Badges. In Mary-Anne’s troop some of the girls have allergies, and used KidCheck’s information on allergy […]

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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In & Allergy Management

Allergy Management for Children in Your Care

 
Allergies have increased steadily over the last fifty years [1], and this increase affects your organization. Eavesdrop on a typical conversation among a group of parents, and the issue of allergies will likely come up. Some interesting allergy statistics are [2]: allergy alert

About 6% of children […]

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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares Safety Tips for Easter Sunday.

Easter Sunday Child Safety Tips

Easter is a celebration, with lots of new and returning child visitors. During this special time, it’s important to go that extra mile to keep the little ones safe. Here are some quick tips to ensure everyone has a great time and remains protected.
Check-In/Out Process: Having […]

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KidCheck Children's Check-In 2015 CMWebsummit

KidCheck and the 2015 Children’s Ministry Websummit

It’s October and we’re two weeks away from children’s ministry’s largest virtual conference – The Children’s Ministry WebSummit (#CMWS15).  It’s the largest free online kidmin conference available today.
It was created by Jeremy Collins a children’s pastor and the founder of Kidmin Coaching, specifically for children’s […]

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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Medical & Allergy Conditions

KidCheck and Handling Sensitive Medical or Allergy Conditions

We all know how important it is to be keenly aware of allergies or medical conditions for the children in your care. With KidCheck it’s easy to tell if a child has a medical or allergy condition that needs special attention, and at the same time […]

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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Child Protection Policy Part 2

Child Safety – Part 2: Planning & Creating A Child Protection Policy

This is the second in a series of three “Child Safety” posts focusing on the purpose, planning, creating and implementing of a Child Protection Policy (CPP).
Last week, in Part 1, we shared a quick look at the numbers, or abuse statistics, that support the need […]

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