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Meet Our New Team Member!

Join me in welcoming Lorna to the TALK READ SING Tampa Bay team! We are thrilled to have her joining us as our new Community Outreach Specialist. Lorna has been part of the Champions for Children family for a year and brings fabulous experience working with young children and their parents, having worked as a


How does TALK READ SING Tampa Bay relate to child abuse prevention?

April is Child Abuse Prevention Month! This month Champions for Children is thrilled to honor Child Abuse Prevention Month as we join nationwide efforts to spread awareness about child abuse and neglect prevention. In the state of Florida, Hillsborough County has ranked highest in reported cases of child abuse and neglect for many years. Additionally,


Top 10 “Back to Preschool” Frequently Asked Questions Answered By TRSTB Experts

Q: What advice do you have for parents who are anxious about sending their child back to in-person schooling? A: Parenting always involves lots of hard choices and decisions, but I can’t think of a time when so many parents were struggling with the same decision—do I sent my child to preschool? Usually the


A Foster Parent’s Journey of Love

May is National Foster Care Month! We at TALK READ SING Tampa Bay and Champions for Children want to honor the role Fosters have served in the life of a child and the deep love and care that Fosters provide which surely enhanced their life (lives). To celebrate, we share a personal journey with you to educate and


CFC News from Tampa Bay Times

“Every family in Hillsborough County needs that support with parenting,” said Georgina Rivera, manager of Parents as Teachers, a CFC program that helps parents navigate the early stages of childhood development. The staff works through home visits — which, like playgroups, now must be conducted virtually. Read the Full TBT Article Here!



Thank 83 degrees for the kick-off story about TALK READ SING. "Unborn babies, as well as the tiniest of tots, can learn from hearing you talk. Even if they don't understand everything they're hearing, words matter. The same is true for reading aloud and singing (offkey is fine). All three are crucial for brain

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