CEOGC Returns to Annual Energy Expo hosted by Senator Williams

Ohio Senator Sandra Williams to host annual Energy Expo in Cleveland, Ohio

CLEVELAND , OHIO, USA, January 17, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Cleveland (January 2020) — Representatives from the Council for Economic Opportunities in Greater Cleveland will be on hand as Ohio State Senator Sandra R. Williams will host the annual Energy Assistance Expo this weekend. The Energy Expo gives constituents an opportunity to meet with companies such as CEOGC to receive assistance with their energy bills and have questions answered regarding utility payments. The event will take place on January 18th from 9:00 a.m. until noon at the Vocational Guidance Services Center in Cleveland.

CEOGC is in the middle of the HEAP Winter Crisis Program season. The Winter Crisis Program, which operates through the end of March, helps income-eligible Cuyahoga County residents who have been threatened with disconnection, maintain their utility services. This is a one-time benefit and is to be used in emergency situations.

To schedule an appointment, please call (216) 350-8008 or use a smartphone or computer to visit http://ceogc.itfrontdesk.com. Appointments are available Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. Walk-ins will not be accepted. Scheduled customers must have all necessary paperwork in-hand to receive assistance at time of appointment.

PLEASE NOTE THAT CRISIS APPOINTMENT HOLDS WILL ONLY BE GRANTED ONCE PER HEATING SEASON TO THOSE WHO HAVE NOT ALREADY TAKEN ADVANTAGE OF THE WINTER RECONNECT ORDER BEFORE SCHEDULING. IF YOU PAY THE $175.00 TO A UTILITY OR SPLIT PAYMENT TO BOTH UTILITY COMPANIES, YOU WILL NOT GET ANOTHER HOLD ON YOUR ACCOUNT BY MAKING ANOTHER APPOINTMENT. VISIT https://www.puco.ohio.gov/be-informed/consumer-topics/winter-reconnect-order-maintain-electric-and-natural-gas-service/ FOR MORE INFO.

For those whose utility is not in an emergency status, there are optional ways to receive assistance. The Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) helps residents at or below 175 percent of the federal poverty guidelines pay their heating bills. Applied directly to the customer’s utility or bulk fuel bill, the benefit can help manage heating costs. This is not an emergency program and will not prevent disconnection of utility services. Visit www.energyhelp.ohio.gov to apply online or to download a copy of the application. All applications must be received by March 31, 2020.

In order to apply for emergency energy assistance, a resident must have the most recent bills for gas and electric utilities, proof of citizenship and/or U.S. residency, photo identification, Social Security numbers for all household members and verification of all income for all household members eighteen years or older for the previous 30 days or 12 months. Permanently and totally disabled customers must provide proof of disability. For those households who have no income, an IRS Tax Transcript is required. Self-employed applicants must provide an IRS transcript and/or copy of filed 1040. Renters living in multi-unit dwellings may be required to provide their landlord’s name and contact information.

Ohio Development Services Agency’s Office of Community Assistance (OCA) now requires 30 days or 12 months of income to qualify for HEAP, Summer and Winter Crisis and PIPP Plus. All seasonal and self-employed applicants must provide 30 days or 12 months of income.

The Council for Economic Opportunities in Greater Cleveland is a nonprofit organization and the Community Action Agency for Cuyahoga County that operates programs and services dedicated to transforming the lives of residents. The Council delivers education, personal and professional development programs and support services to residents of Cuyahoga County. Programs include Early Head Start (birth to three) Head Start (three-five years of age); individual assessments for classes and coaching sessions on topics including parenting, anger management, and life skills; job readiness, customer service training, and job placement. The Council also delivers the Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP). For more information, visit ceogc.org.

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Childcare Management Software Market Growth Insights to 2027 by Prominent Players Bloomz, Eleyo, Himama, Iclasspro

Rest of Asia-Pacific Childcare Management Software Market by Deployment

Global childcare management software market expected to grow at a CAGR of 7.8% during the forecast period 2018 – 2027

PUNE, INDIA, January 14, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — The global childcare management software market is estimated to account US$ 144.2 Mn in 2018 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 7.8% during the forecast period 2018 – 2027, to account to US$ 293.9 Mn by 2027.

Growing number of daycare centers/kindergarten schools and increasing number of women empowerment activities, as well as opening in-office daycare centers in corporates, are the major drivers propelling the childcare software management market growth. However, the high price of software might be a restraining factor for the market growth as small kindergarten schools may have low budget allocation. Nonetheless, the integration of advanced technologies such as video streaming and ChatBot is expected to generate significant opportunities for the childcare management software market. The rising percentage of female employees in the overall working population of countries, as well as mounting disposable incomes, leads to high dependence of working women on child care and kindergarten centers. Moreover, the declining birth rates have also led to the surge in the spending of an individual on children on their education.

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The major players operating in the market for childcare management software market are Bloomz Inc., Eleyo, Himama, Iclasspro, Kidcheck, Kindyhub, Kwiksol Corporation, Oncare, Softerware, Inc., and Tadpoles LLC among others.

The integration of advanced technologies, including AI, Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), and more, is gaining traction between varied sectors. In the current market scenario, the emergence of AI into the childcare system is expected to benefit both families and daycare centers. The dependency on AI to estimate the quality of child care is an innovation brought into the market, which is familiar with the name of “surveillance parenting. This factor is expected to trigger the growth of the childcare management software in the coming years. The AI-powered device gives necessary data such as decisions when to feed baby, or firing babysitter, and others. Besides, the technology by using algorithm records mood swings of babies, which later create highlight reel and lowlight reel. This data then notifies parents about their quality of childcare.

Therefore, the integration of AI-powered childcare management is expected to be a trending factor impacting the growth of the childcare management software market.

The childcare management software market has been derived from market trends and revenue generation factors from five different regions across the globe namely; North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, MEA, and SAM. The North America region holds the highest market share, whereas APAC is projected to be the fastest-growing region as well in the coming years. Growing number of women are being employed in North America has resulted in achieving additional economic growth. In 2018, Ontario became the first jurisdiction in the North American region to offer preschool childcare free of charges, and also provided childcare monitoring access to family members, apart from parents. Nevertheless, the West and South Asian regions are experiencing development in preprimary education as well as childcare segment since a decade. The growing awareness about the quality care along with the preschool education services offered to the young children in the regions, anticipated the growth of childcare management software market in APAC.

The childcare management software market by solution is segmented into family and child data management, attendance tracker, accounting, time and activity management, nutrition management, and others. The accounting holds a significant share in the market, whereas, nutrition management is expected to be the fastest-growing solution during the forecast period. Family accounting is the accounts receivable and billing software developed for daycare providers, childcare centers, and preschool administrators. agency accounting facilitates the tracking of child contracts by agency, store agency documents in an electronic format for families, monitor past dues, and others. On the other hand, the nutrition management has an in-built feature of meal-tracking which allow parents to get meal count totals for every status level, such as free and paid while printing classroom menus, meal rosters, and meal count reports depending upon age group.

Table of Content:

1. Introduction
1.1 Scope of the Study
1.2 The Insight Partners Research Report Guidance
1.3 Market Segmentation

2. Key Takeaways

3. Research Methodology
3.1 Coverage
3.2 Secondary Research
3.3 Primary Research

4. Childcare Management Software Market Landscape
4.1 Market Overview
4.2 Ecosystem Analysis
4.3 PEST Analysis
4.3.1 PEST Analysis of Childcare Management Software in North America
4.3.2 PEST Analysis of Childcare Management Software in Europe
4.3.3 PEST Analysis of Childcare Management Software in APAC
4.3.4 PEST Analysis of Childcare Management Software in Middle East & Africa
4.3.5 PEST Analysis of Childcare Management Software in South America

5. Childcare Management Software Market – Key Industry Dynamics
5.1 Drivers
5.1.1 Upsurge in number of daycare centers
5.1.2 Contractual alliance between vendors and corporates
5.2 Restraints
5.2.1 High initial cost and data privacy breach of software
5.3 Opportunities
5.3.1 Upcoming technological developments in childcare system
5.4 Future Trends
5.4.1 Integration of AI into childcare system
5.5 Impact Analysis of Drivers and Restraints

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CEOGC Partners with Spectrum – Hiring for 100 Jobs

CEOGC's workforce development teams are partnering with Spectrum to fill 100 jobs in the Greater Cleveland area.

CLEVELAND , OH, USA, January 10, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Cleveland (January 2020) — The Council for Economic Opportunities in Greater Cleveland is partnering with Spectrum to fill 100 open jobs in Cuyahoga County. CEOGC’s Community Services and Workforce teams will host a Hiring/Recruitment Day on January 17, 2020, from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., at CEOGC’s Central Neighborhood Opportunity Center, located at 1801 Superior Ave in Cleveland.

The partnership between CEOGC and Spectrum dates back nearly 4 years and continues to grow stronger with each recruitment event.
“For as long as I’ve been here, Spectrum has been a pleasure to work with,” said Matt Anderson, Job Development Specialist for CEOGC. “They’re very helpful and communicative regarding their needs. We have a strong working relationship and our team hopes to continue successfully servicing their hiring needs.”

Last year, CEOGC and Spectrum held a similar hiring event where Spectrum hired nearly 30 of the 74 attendees on the spot. This year, Spectrum is looking to hire 100 entry-level call center support staff.
Attendees can expect:

• One-on-One Interviews for Customer Service Positions
• Assessments are required before job offer
• Wages: $15 an hour including paid training
• Hiring for 2nd shift positions at the Garfield Heights Support Center

Attendees must bring a resume and dress professionally for on-the-spot interviews.

If you are interested in this event, please visit www.ceogc.org/spectrum_hiringevent to pre-register or call Workforce Development at (216) 651-5188 ext. 638.

The Council for Economic Opportunities in Greater Cleveland is a nonprofit organization and the Community Action Agency for Cuyahoga County that operates programs and services dedicated to transforming the lives of residents. The Council delivers education, personal and professional development programs and support services to residents of Cuyahoga County. Programs include Early Head Start (birth to three) Head Start (three-five years of age); individual assessments for classes and coaching sessions on topics including parenting, anger management, and life skills; job readiness, customer service training, and job placement. The Council also delivers the Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP). For more information, visit ceogc.org.
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Sleeping with Your Baby Is Dangerous… or Is it?

Front cover shows yellow title on top of a blue and purple gradient which looks like a night sky. Houses line the bottom with lights on in all but the one in the center, which has "Z"s coming from the chimney. The family in that house is sleeping soundly

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Safe Infant Sleep author James McKenna

Infant Sleep Expert Refutes AAP Recommendations, Discusses Why Nighttime Breastfeeding Is So Important, and Teaches Parents How to Maximize Cosleeping Safety

Rather than scare new parents away from sleeping with their babies, healthcare providers should be teaching strategies to do it safely. This book is must-read for every expectant and new parent.””

— Dr. William Sears

WASHINGTON, DC, UNITED STATES, January 7, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Safe Infant Sleep: Expert Answers to Your Cosleeping Questions, released January 15 2020, shares the latest scientific research on all issues pertaining to infant sleep. This long-awaited title was written by James J. McKenna, Ph.D., founder of the only behavioral sleep laboratory in the United States that is devoted exclusively to the study of maternal/infant sleep. Dr. McKenna’s previous book on the subject, Sleeping With Your Baby: A Parent’s Guide to Cosleeping (2007), was translated into French, Spanish, Turkish, Russian, Dutch, Italian, Slovenian, and Chinese.

As the pioneer of the world’s first studies on the physiology and behavior of mother/infant cosleeping, Dr. McKenna is a global voice on sleep safety and baby care. A sought-after speaker, he presents his research findings internationally at medical meetings, lactation conferences, and parenting events, as well as giving Pediatric Grand Rounds. Three documentaries have been produced on his work, and he is a popular guest on television, radio, and podcasts. His media appearances include NBC, CNN, ABC, and The Today Show, and he is regularly interviewed by the Washington Post, the New York Times, Huffington Post, and NPR.

Using multiple lines of scientific evidence, Safe Infant Sleep challenges the advice from public health authorities and the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) to never put an infant in an adult bed. Frightening anti-bedsharing campaigns are designed to eradicate all same-surface cosleeping, claiming that infants can never sleep safely next to an adult. Yet, in spite of extreme messages about the dangers of cosleeping, many mothers (especially those who breastfeed) continue to engage in this behavior that instinctively helps them nurture and protect their little ones.

In this new book, Dr. McKenna compiles the latest findings on sleep safety and introduces the concept of breastsleeping, which he describes as “humanity’s time-honored sleeping and feeding arrangement.” He explores different sleep strategies appropriate for various households and circumstances. It will be a definitive reference for healthcare professionals, public health officials, parenting experts, and families who want evidence-based information on if, when, and how they should cosleep.

“Dr. McKenna’s research proves what mothers the world over have known for centuries—that something beautiful happens to mothers and babies when they share sleep,” writes Dr. William Sears, a popular pediatrician, regular talk show guest, and author of numerous books for parents. “Rather than scare new parents away from sleeping with their babies, healthcare providers should be teaching strategies to do it safely. This book is must-read for every expectant and new parent—and belongs in the required reading library of every babycare advisor.”

The book includes information on cosleeping safety; infant sleep practices around the world; the intersection of poverty, race, and cosleeping; the double standards for assessing sleep-related deaths in cribs versus adult beds; and the context and shortcomings of today’s safety recommendations. Dr. McKenna reveals how politically charged the questions of cosleeping are, while also debunking the myths that have scared pediatric specialists and parents into avoiding nature’s first cradle: the mother.

As Dr. McKenna explains, “For most of human history covering hundreds of thousands of years, mothers have effectively combined cosleeping and breastfeeding to provide for their babies’ needs. Separate sleep was made possible with the advent of modern infant care innovations, especially formula… However, along with these trends came another alarming development—babies in increasing numbers were not waking up.” Backed by the latest research, Dr. McKenna shares how cosleeping, if practiced safely, can protect infants from sleep-related death and provide many developmental benefits.

Utilizing research from around the world, extensive examinations of infant sleep in other countries and across human history, and data produced at the University of California, Irvine School of Medicine and Notre Dame University’s Mother-Baby Behavioral Sleep Lab (which he founded in 1997), Dr. McKenna presents parents with the information they need to make knowledgeable decisions about where and how their babies sleep.

Healthcare professionals, infant health researchers, public health officials, child development experts, and many SIDS researchers agree that Dr. McKenna’s decades of research on the science, anthropology, and evolutionary history of infant sleep has produced vital data essential to all who study, work with, or care for children. Dr. Jay Gordon, pediatrician and author of Listening to Your Baby, says, “This is the most important book you will ever buy or give as a gift to new parents.”

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