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Kids’ Point Assistant Teacher Paula Madsen says, “Developing relationships with our children and their families has been my biggest achievement at Rainbows.” Paula received her Associate’s Degree in Child Care and Guidance from Barton County Community. She brings 18 years of experience serving children with special needs, latchkey programs and
“I remember the very first time I had a child verbalize a simple “no” instead of having a tantrum behavior – that’s when I knew
When the COVID-19 pandemic hit last year, Wichita, Kansas, nurse Heather McFann was at a loss as to what to do for her 11-year-old son,
“Make children and families our highest priority” and “Be responsible stewards of our assets and resources”
“A few months ago, I was able to read “Green Eggs and Ham” by Dr. Seuss to the 2-year-old children in Room 5,” said Christina
The 46th Annual Blarney Breakfast To Go, a benefit for Rainbows United, Inc., kicked off St. Patrick’s Day celebrations in Wichita at Old Chicago East