If you are a parent or a person who provides care for newborns or infants, you know one thing: babies cry. In many instances, a crying baby is a signal to you that there is a need that requires immediate attention. However, sometimes it remains a mystery to us exactly what that need is! Wouldn’t […]
The Parent Child Center is proud to announce that Carol Sartin is our September Employee of the Month. This month our Employee of the Month category is Excellent Teamwork. Carol helps PCCT as our Volunteer Coordinator here at PCCT and we are proud to have her on the team! Congrats Carol!
Everyone here at The Parent Child Center wants to give a BIG thank you to the team from EY who helped us out for The Tulsa Area United Way Day of Caring!
Frustration with a crying infant is the number one trigger for the shaking and abuse of infants. This summer, knitters across the country will be clicking their knitting needles together to make purple colored baby caps for the CLICK for Babies, Period of PURPLE Crying Caps campaign. The campaign aims to raise awareness about normal […]
We have just released our 2013 Annual Report. In 2013 PCCT programs impacted more lives than ever. You can view the full PDF report here.
It’s back to school time and The Parent Child Center’s Steve Hahn is out speaking at schools about Child Abuse & Neglect. Last week Steve spoke to Owasso Public Schools teachers and administrators about spotting possible signs of child abuse and neglect along with the process of reporting it. Here are a few pictures from […]
The Parent Child Center staff is saddened to by the death of Robin Williams. Remember if you or someone you know needs to talk you can always call for help 1-800-273-8255. The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is available to talk 24/7.
The Parent Child Center is proud to announce that Janetta Burton is our August Employee of the Month. This month our Employee of the Month category is Positive Attitude. Janetta is always positive in all she does here at PCCT and we are proud to have her on the team! Congrats Netta!
The Annie E. Casey Foundation has released the 25th Edition of The Kids Count Data Book, which assesses child well-being throughout the U.S. by examining national trends among 16 key indicators. You can read the full report here. Below we have compiled links to various sites covering the report. From the Tulsa World – Includes comments […]
On Friday we were greeted with a big smile and donation! For her birthday, Taylor Perkins asked her friends to donate money that could be used for donations to PCCT instead of gifts for her. Taylor used those funds to purchase gifts for PCCT’s Child Therapy program. Thank you Taylor! You can help too! Make […]