Monthly Archives: September 2018

Meet Miss Sarah


We want you to get to know the great childcare workers we have at EmBe. Childcare jobs are essential to a strong workforce and the people that care for our kids are doing amazing work. Name: Sarah Watts Site Location: South  Years of Service: 6 years What's the best part of working at EmBe? I love working at EmBe because of all the wonderful children and the supportive parents. What benefits set EmBe apart from other employers? As a single mother, I love the understanding from the management that it’s important to be an active part of my son's activities [...]

Meet Miss Sarah2018-10-02T14:11:38-05:00

Finn’s Story


Finn was born 15 weeks early and weighed just 1lb 12oz. He spent the first 98 days of his life in the NICU. Because of his early birth, Finn has fine and gross motor delays and Reactive Airway Disease (RAD). Finn saw physical and occupational therapists from the time he was six months old until he was 4.5 years old. At first, his therapies were in-home and then they moved to a clinical setting. As Finn got older, his parents noticed more issues with low muscle tone, coordination, and exhaustion. He struggled with coordination issues, mainly his upper and lower [...]

Finn’s Story2018-09-14T15:42:44-05:00

Parenting Class with the Parent Connection!


EmBe is proud to be partnering with the South Dakota Parent Connection on this five week series on Understanding the Social and Emotional Development of Children. Session topics will include: -The Development of Social Skills -Red Flags and Warning Signs: How Do I Know If Behavior is Typical?  -Strategies and Discussions in Dealing With Difficult Behavior -Understanding Risk: Disabilities That Impact Behavior -Keeping the Lines of Communication Open This series is only $5 per person (for all five sessions) and childcare and a meal will be provided. Trainings will be held at EmBe Avera South (3510 Ralph Rogers Rd) from 5:30 PM [...]

Parenting Class with the Parent Connection!2018-09-06T10:52:33-05:00

Little Time, Big Impact


Since 2013, Dress for Success Sioux Falls has been empowering women in our community. By clothing them with interview outfits and mentoring them through job searching, Dress for Success treats their clients with dignity and respect and helps them to recognize their important role in society. Dress for Success recently became part of the EmBe family because the two visions align: To empower women and their families. To support the organization, our Sioux Falls community can either donate or volunteer. Volunteer opportunities include coaching, mentoring, public speaking, administrative work or boutique maintenance. But Dress for Success Sioux Falls is most [...]

Little Time, Big Impact2018-09-12T09:44:29-05:00
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