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    2020 Tax Returns: Tax Tips for Registered Family Child Care Don’t Let Tax Time Get You Down! We have resources to help! Recorded Webinar with Q&A. 2020 Tax Returns: Tips for Family Child Care Home Providers (Handling Grants, COVID business expenses, & More!), January 2021 Slide Presentation from the 2020 Tax Return Recorded Webinar Additional Resources You ... More

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    What is the Family Child Care Alliance? Monmouth and Camden Counties are looking for 25 home-based child care providers in each county to become part of a regional alliance. Each individual would still operate their own business, but would benefit from being part of a group (i.e., a network) to strengthen the business aspect of home-based ... More

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    What is the Family Child Care Alliance? Monmouth and Camden Counties are looking for 25 home-based child care providers in each county to become part of a regional alliance. Each individual would still operate their own business, but would benefit from being part of a group (i.e., a network) to strengthen the business aspect of home-based ... More

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    The Camden County Department of Children’s Services is working remotely to support families who must continue to work during COVID-19 (e.g., essential personnel in our hospitals and grocery stores and others whom we depend on at this time) as well as the child care providers who support them.  As of Wednesday, April 1, only child ... More

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    Electronic Child Care (ECC) is the designated attendance recording system used by all families receiving child care subsidy. It is the responsibility of the parent to record attendance daily by either using a POS machine at the center or by calling from a designated phone line at the provider’s location. Payment will be made through ... More

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    TYPES OF CHILD CARE Licensed Child Care Center This facility is approved by the state Office of Licensing (OOL) for the care, development and supervision of six or more children under 13 years of age who are in care for less than 24 hours a day. Centers that are accredited by a national association are ... More

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    The Department of Human Services, Division of Family (DHS/DFD) is making grants available to support programs and providers participating in the state’s Child Care Subsidy Program to comply with the federal law (Child Care Development Block Grant (CCDBG) Reauthorization Act) requirements. The grants include a specific emphasis on expanding centers’ capacity to serve infants and ... More

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    Subsidy Policies and Updates 1/3/2021 Subsidy Rate Reimbursement Changes Click Here 1/5/2020 – Rate Reimbursement update Click Here 11/22/2019 – Criminal Background Checks for Registered Family Child Care Providers and Approved Homes. Click Here 9/1/2019 – Rate Reimbursement Update Click Here 5/1/2019 – Department of Human Services, Division of Family Development Child Care Suspension Expulsion ... More

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    The education and experience of child care providers directly affects the quality of a child care program. At the Department of Children’s Services, we strive to offer a variety of professional development opportunities and support services to our provider community as well as links to other community resources.   Children’s Services Monthly Training Calendar The ... More

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    Tell Us Your Story About Child Care Your Voice Can Make a Difference We know that many working families depend on child care every week. We are collecting stories from families about how access to child care has helped them in order to educate policymakers and others about the importance of investing in child care ... More