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  1. Community Profile 2007Early Childhood Indicators of Canadian County Commissioned by Smart Start Canadian County Prepared by the Community Service Council of Greater Tulsa August, 2007

  2. Canadian County • Demographic Trends • Economics and Employment • Child Indicators

  3. Demographic Trends • Population change--migration to suburban areas of Tulsa and Oklahoma City MSA with an overall decrease in new births • Age--aging population • Race and Ethnicity--more culturally diverse • Living arrangements--transitional for family living arrangement Demographic Trends

  4. Demographic Trends Prepared by the Community Service Council of Greater Tulsa

  5. Demographic Trends Prepared by the Community Service Council of Greater Tulsa

  6. Demographic Trends Prepared by the Community Service Council of Greater Tulsa

  7. Demographic Trends Prepared by the Community Service Council of Greater Tulsa

  8. Economics and Employment

  9. The Roots of the Challenge Thirty Years of Economic and Social Changes • Emergence of new persistent poor in late 1960's and early 1970's • Massive loss of low skill/high pay jobs • Sharp rise in working poor • Decline in young male workers' wages • Increase in female headed families • Impact of substance abuse Economics and Employment All trends disproportionately affected: ~ African-Americans ~ young children and young families

  10. Economics and Employment Prepared by the Community Service Council of Greater Tulsa

  11. The Self-Sufficiency Standard • Customized by specific family composition • Customized by geographic location • Based on all expense categories • Updated annually using consumer price index …The level of income required for a family to meet its own needs Economics and Employment

  12. Economics and Employment Prepared by the Community Service Council of Greater Tulsa

  13. Economics and Employment Prepared by the Community Service Council of Greater Tulsa

  14. Economics and Employment Prepared by the Community Service Council of Greater Tulsa

  15. Economics and Employment Prepared by the Community Service Council of Greater Tulsa

  16. Economics and Employment

  17. Economics and Employment

  18. Economics and Employment Prepared by the Community Service Council of Greater Tulsa

  19. Economics and Employment Prepared by the Community Service Council of Greater Tulsa

  20. Economics and Employment Prepared by the Community Service Council of Greater Tulsa

  21. Economics and Employment Prepared by the Community Service Council of Greater Tulsa

  22. Economics and Employment

  23. Economics and Employment

  24. Economics and Employment Prepared by the Community Service Council of Greater Tulsa

  25. Economics and Employment Prepared by the Community Service Council of Greater Tulsa

  26. Economics and Employment

  27. Economics and Employment Prepared by the Community Service Council of Greater Tulsa

  28. Child Indicators

  29. Why are children at risk? • A high number of young families in poverty • A low number of adults with bachelor’s and higher degree • A high number of children not completing high school • An increasing number of fragile families • A high percentage having no health insurance • A high percentage of children with acquired special needs Health Care Rx: Access For All The President’s Initiative on Race 1998 Child Indicators Prepared by the Community Service Council of Greater Tulsa

  30. Child Indicators

  31. Child Indicators

  32. Child Indicators

  33. ...Risk Factors for Infants & Young Children Child Indicators

  34. Top Risk Factors for Young Children Age 0-4 • Low-income and poverty • Teen mother, especially those with more than one child • Absent father • Short spacing between births (less than 24 months) • Parent, especially the mother, without a high school education • Lack of positive emotional, physical and intellectual experiences • Adverse childhood experiences Child Indicators Prepared by the Community Service Council of Greater Tulsa

  35. Child Indicators

  36. Child Indicators

  37. Child Indicators Prepared by the Community Service Council of Greater Tulsa

  38. Child Indicators

  39. Child Indicators

  40. Child Indicators Prepared by the Community Service Council of Greater Tulsa

  41. Child Indicators

  42. Child Indicators Prepared by the Community Service Council of Greater Tulsa

  43. Child Indicators

  44. Child Indicators Prepared by the Community Service Council of Greater Tulsa

  45. Child Indicators Prepared by the Community Service Council of Greater Tulsa

  46. Child Indicators Prepared by the Community Service Council of Greater Tulsa

  47. Child Indicators Prepared by the Community Service Council of Greater Tulsa

  48. Child Indicators

  49. Child Indicators

  50. Child Abuse & Neglect • In Canadian County in FY 2006, there were 902 referrals for child abuse and/or neglect accepted for investigation or assessment (a referral may include more than one child). These 902 referrals included 1,661 children. • Of these 1,661 children, 421 were confirmed victims of child abuse and/or neglect. Thirty were abused, 315 were neglected, 76 were victims of both abuse and neglect. • 17.8 of every 1,000 children in Canadian County are victims of abuse and/or neglect. In Oklahoma, the rate is 16.2 of every 1,000 children. • Oklahoma ranks #35 in the nation in the rate of children who are victims of abuse and/or neglect. • Parents make up 74.3% of all perpetrators, followed by step-parents at 7%, “no relation” at 6.8%, and grandparents at 3.8%. • Substance abuse is a major contributing factor to child neglect. Child Abuse & Neglect