The Division of Child Care Services provides assistance to low income families who need help with child care costs while parents work or attend school. They also provide oversight, technical assistance and support in promoting safe, healthy and caring environments for children through licensing, registration and quality improvement activities. The availability of quality child care is not only important for maintaining a strong workforce; it is vital for the growth and development of healthy children.
The Division of Child Care Services provides:
To learn about new Federal Requirements and to access forms, training options and webinar materials affecting child care providers and parents receiving benefits click HERE
CCDF Federal Requirements
Topical Webinar Series #3
“Emergency Preparedness, Rule Changes, Immunizations”
The Department of Social Services’ Division of Child Care is holding a series of webinars to discuss the new CCDF federal requirements. The next webinar series will discuss new Federal requirements relating to the emergency preparedness and response plan. Miscellaneous updates concerning changes for registered and licensed child care providers will also be discussed. These webinars will be similar in content so it is not necessary to attend all three. Choose the one that works best with your schedule. To participate in the webinar, follow these two steps:
Step 1: Connect to the webinar by clicking the appropriate link below on the date/time you choose to attend.
Step 2: Connect to the audio portion by calling toll-free 1.866.410.8397 and enter the code 7887947504 just prior to the start of webinar.