Reading with your children builds warm and happy associations with books, increasing the likelihood that kids will find reading enjoyable in the future. Reading at home also boosts school performance later on as it increases vocabulary, raises self-esteem, builds good communication skills, and strengthens the prediction engine that is in the human brain.
CACPCS families – let’s take the 100-book challenge together!
Children’s Aid provides CACPCS with a range of administrative and programmatic supports to CACPCS from Information Technology support to Life Coaching, After School and Summer Programs.
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Our communities are hurting. To all the people who comprise our organization – our children, youth, and families; our staff; and our fellow community members – we want you to know that Black Lives Matter and we stand in support of racial equity.