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Balinda Bailey

Northeast District Recruiter

With my education in organizational behavior, I bring 30 years of experience devoted to the growth and development of others. Having spent seven years as a foster parent, I have an intimate understanding of the work that child care providers do to contribute to a better world.

I believe that the best way to predict the future is to create it! I spend my days listening to providers and sharing the resources they need to make an informed decision about how becoming a Rated program will benefit them, and the children and families they serve in their communities.

Upcoming Events

Find upcoming events and Information Sessions in the Northeast District to learn more about Parent Aware Ratings. You can also select a different District or contact us today.

November 2017

Parent Aware Free Training Event

Time
November 2, 2017
from 6:00pm - 8:30pm
Description

Join us for complimentary dinner and to learn about Parent Aware and how the course you are taking fits into the rating process! Attendees must register on Develop beforehand.

Training Title: Understanding Behavior - Making Sense of What You See and Hear (IV. A. 2 hr.)
Description: Learn about how very young children’s behavior is a form of communication and learn strategies to increase positive social emotional development.
Develop Event ID: 251302

For more information, contact Balinda Bailey.

Phone: 218.729.9425
Email: balinda.bailey@pine.edu

Parent Aware Free Training Event

Time
November 30, 2017
from 6:00pm - 8:30pm
Description

Join us for complimentary dinner and to learn about Parent Aware and how the course you are taking fits into the rating process! Attendees must register on Develop beforehand.

Training Title: Understanding Behavior - Making Sense of What You See and Hear (IV. A. 2 hr.)
Description: Learn about how very young children’s behavior is a form of communication and learn strategies to increase positive social emotional development.
Develop Event ID: 251256

For more information, contact Balinda Bailey.

Phone: 218.729.9425
Email: balinda.bailey@pine.edu