KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In shares the Top Five Child Safety Trends for 2019

Top Five Child Safety Trends for 2019

From the perspective of child safety, 2018 taught us a lot, and we still have a long way to go in protecting the most vulnerable. Tragically, many incidents could have prevented, and there’s no lack of safety information. So how do we bridge the gap […]

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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In is Sharing Safety Actions for Child-Centered Organizations

Safety Actions for Child-Centered Organizations

Every year KidCheck shares child protection information with churches, fitness facilities, activity centers, and other business based childcare organizations. Our goal is to provide new insight and guidance on how to best keep the little ones in your care safe.
As we speak at various conferences […]

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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In shares Top Blog Posts from 2018

KidCheck’s Top Blog Posts of 2018

KidCheck’s Top Blog Posts of 2018
The purpose of the KidCheck blog has always been to share relevant, original content that offers fresh insights and guidance on the benefits of using secure children’s check-in, improving child safety, and keeping you up-to-date on the latest trends that […]

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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares a Guest Post From Dale Hudson

BUILD A WALL TO KEEP PREDATORS OUT OF YOUR MINISTRY: Guest Post from Dale Hudson

There’s a lot of talk about building a wall these days.  This post is not about a wall at our borders.
The wall I’m talking about is a wall that every children’s ministry needs to build to protect the children in their church.
One of the most […]

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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares Leadership Conversations to Improve Child Safety

Leadership Conversations to Improve Child Safety

Have you ever tried to continue working to improve child safety in your organization, but lacked the necessary leadership support? Sometimes when you’re managing the care and safety of children, you might feel far from the leadership level. Having uncomfortable conversations with decision makers is […]

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KidCheck Express Children's Check-In is Free for One Year with the Purchase of any PrintHub by February 28, 2019

KidCheck Express Check-In Free for One Year!

If you’ve ever considered adding a mobile component to your children’s check-in process now is the time! Until February 28, 2019, with the purchase of a KidCheck PrintHub, you’ll receive one year free of Express Check-in.
With Express Check-In parents start check in from their mobile […]

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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares Tools and Resources for Success

KidCheck Tools and Resources for Success

Your success is our success! Whether you’re new to the KidCheck family or have been with us a while, we want you to know we continue to work tirelessly to provide resources to help you get your new check-in system up and running quickly or […]

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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares Flu Season: Fighting the Good Fight

Fight the Good Fight

Flu season, it’s the time of year when germ management takes precedence over other activities. Keeping a healthy environment in your children’s area has many benefits such as a reduction in time off for staff and volunteers, it acts as a protection for the family […]

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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares KidCheck Feature Improvements

KidCheck Feature Improvements

At KidCheck we appreciate those who take time to send us comments and feedback or share their ideas for product improvement. Since day one we’ve placed a high value on customer feedback and are thrilled with the many suggestions we continually receive.
It’s with great excitement […]

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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares 7 Ways to Welcome Guests for the Holidays

7 Ways to Welcome Guests for the Holidays

For many families, visiting a new organization during the holidays can be overwhelming, especially if it involves dropping off a baby or small child for the first time. That initial experience can define their perception regarding the level of care their children will receive. First […]

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