KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Is Sharing Strategies to Prevent Burnout

Strategies to Prevent Burnout

Doing more with less, heavy workloads, lack of volunteers, budget cuts, over-the-top performance expectations, absence of support, and exhaustion are all day-in-the-life concerns every leader must face. Who wouldn’t feel overwhelmed or stretched too thin with such a list? When pressures build and stress pushes ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares Succession Planning – Preparing for Change

Succession Planning – Preparing for Change

It doesn’t matter how stable your organization is; change is inevitable. Staff and leadership transitions can happen frequently. Consider how your organization would respond if you lost any of your most important volunteers, staff, and leadership positions today? Would there be people ready to assume ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares Tips for Difficult Conversations with Attending Families

Tips for Difficult Conversations with Attending Families

As a child or youth-focused organization leader, you know the importance of effective communication with families. It’s easy when things are running smoothly, and there’s no immediate need for difficult discourse. But, what happens if there’s an incident or behavioral issue with a child or ...
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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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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares What to do if a Team Member Tests Positive for COVID-19

What To Do If A Team Member Tests Positive For COVID-19

Leaders from all types of child and youth-focused organizations are currently working with different scenarios around COVID-19 and trying to gain a footing. Activities such as creating reopening plans, understanding effective germ management, and identifying ways to social distance during child check-in and out are ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Highlights Sharing Your COVID-19 Communication Plan

Sharing Your COVID-19 Communication Plan

We recently posted eight communication fundamentals for sharing information during a crisis and offered ways to help you create an effective communication plan for the families and internal groups you serve. Now here are some efficient ways to get the information out that’s in the ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares A COVID-19 COMMUNICATION PLAN

COVID-19 COMMUNICATION PLAN

Many child and youth-focused organizations are in various phases of COVID-19. In these uncertain times connecting with families and providing a clear crisis communication plan are vital. Here are eight communication fundamentals for sharing information during a crisis, to help you create an effective communication plan ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In is sharing the Annual Parent & Child Safety Survey

The Annual Parent & Child Safety Survey!

When serving children, the safety of your organization should be a top priority. Near the end of the year is a perfect time to offer families and children (yes, children’s comments are equally as important) an opportunity to provide feedback on what’s working and what’s ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares Recents Improvements to the Organization Notes

Improved Organization Notes

Managing the details just got easier for administrators! Here are two improvements to the notes functionality you use with parent/guardian profile. Expiring Notes Administrators can now add an expiration date to an existing note or when placing a new one in a guardian’s profile. This gives ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares a Guest Post from Ministry Thought Leader Dale Hudson

12 Safety and Security Measures You Should Tell Parents About – A Guest Post from Dale Hudson

Safety and security has moved up to being one of the most important things a children’s ministry must be about.   We see and hear about shootings almost weekly.  They can happen anywhere and at any time.  Whereas years ago, no one would have dreamed there would be shootings ...
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