Minister Katherine Zappone announces measures to support Childcare Providers and Parents during Covid-19 closures

Wednesday 25th March 2020   Following the announcement yesterday of sustainability measures in response to Covid-19 by the Government, Minister Katherine Zappone, has provided further details to support the Childcare sector. Outlining these measures, Minister Zappone said that, “These measures will: Help to ensure that the Childcare Sector is in a position to reopen after Covid-19;…

Donegal County Childcare launches helpful interactive tool for parents – Donegal Woman

If you’ve ever wondered what Donegal County Childcare can do for you and your family, this poster will point you in the right direction. All parents want quality, affordable childcare for their family. Donegal County Childcare is here to offer a range of services to help families with all of their childcare questions and queries. The…

Donegal County Childcare takes proactive approach to LGBTI awareness – Donegal Now

Over 30 of Donegal’s Early Educators attended an LGBTI Awareness Training event recently. Donegal County Childcare is delighted with the turnout, which is a testament to the continued commitment of Donegal’s Early Educators to create a preschool environment which is fully inclusive for the benefit of all children, parents and families. This training was presented by…

Donegal Childcare Committee to host an Access and Inclusion Model (AIM) focused information session for Early Childhood Services -Donegal Now

Donegal Childcare Committee will be hosting an Access and Inclusion Model (AIM) focused information session for Early Childhood Services in Donegal on Wednesday, March 21 in the Clanree Hotel, Letterkenny at 7pm. Speakers on the evening include: LINC Tutor Paula Harte and AIM Co-ordinator Nicola Kee.   Click on the link to view the original…