Crisis Management Webinar
Crisis Management Webinar

COVID-19 Crisis Management for Child Care Centers

In the third session of the HiMama Helps Webinar series, we talk about crisis management during COVID-19. We cover different financial relief options, sample fee structures, and maintaining community with families and staff.

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Key Resources

Show Notes

Highlights from Q&A with Angela Rouse from Roberta Webb Child Care

  • Redesigned classrooms to include 8-foot pods that are like small apartments for the kids
  • Communicating with children during this time & framing a positive narrative
  • Thoughts and creative ideas for reopening

Highlights from Q&A with Kathy Entzenberger from Upbring School of Discovery

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  • Implementing social distancing while open and serving front-line essential workers
  • Working together with families who are distance learning as well
  • Busy bags to support families & offering encouragement to the community

An extra special thank you to our guests, Angela and Kathy for taking time out of running their centers to spend some time with us and share their experience. You can connect with them here:


The HiMama child care app helps to streamline your digital parent communications. Book a consultation with us today to learn how we can support your child care center during this time.  

Carmen Choi

Carmen is the Marketing Coordinator and Preschool Podcast Manager on the HiMama team. She's been working with childcare business owners and consultants for 3 years. She is passionate making connections that empower the ECE Community through knowledge-sharing to support better outcomes for children, their families, and society!

2 comments

  • Parveen Sultana says:

    Hi Carmen
    Please let me know from where I can view the recordings of Webinar on tips from front line workers which was organised in May 14,2020. It was very informative and would like to share with my colleagues.Thanks Parveen
    “HiMama Helps Webinar:

    Tips From The Front Line”

    Thursday, May 14 at 2 PM ET

    (1 CT, 12 MT, 11 PT)

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