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How to Reduce Childcare Costs
Childcare cost is an expensive expenditure of household budget, it worth to put your effort in working a good financial planning to down the childcare cost without compromising the quality of care. Cost effective childcare may mean a happier solution for you, your child and your piggy bank. read more

Childcare Business Finances
While some moms may take their kids to childcare or leave them with a relative, others have ventured to watch not only their kids, but others people's kids in their home. This article addresses those moms or dads who have childcare businesses at their home. read more

Childcare Centers: Staffing Requirements by Age Group
Grouped according to ages: The maximum numbers of children and the minimum staff required for childcare centers vary slightly across the U.S., but are approximately: read more


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After School Alliance - The site represented by a group of organizations that researches, collects, and disseminates data and promotes investment in aftershcool initiatives.

AfterSchool.org - Starting a Childcare Program? This "Afterschool.gov" site provides links to government resources on how to start a child-care program, including information on an after School Action Kit.

Be the Best Nanny Monthly Guide - A monthly, nation-wide nanny trade publication which discusses issues important to in-home child care.

Childcare and Development Fund Statistics - The Administration for Children and Families Services has tried to build a sound research infrastructure with the content on this site. The organization tries to identify and respond to critical child care issues and then to link research with policy and practice.

California School-Age Consortium - The site can help parents find ways to improve the quality of the child care or afterschool program their children are in. Though it is located in California it does have links to similar organizations in other states.

The Family and Workplace Connection - Linking working parents and other employees with dependent care services. Assure availability of high quality, affordable, dependent care services. Help companies & businesses respond to work/life needs of their employees.

National Assn of Child Care Resources (NACCRRA) - The National Association of Child Care Resources and Referral Agencies helps parents looking for child care.

NCCIC - The National Child Care Information Center is a national resource that links information and people to complement, enhance, and promote the child care delivery system, working to ensure that all children and families have access to high-quality comprehensive services.

NSACA - The National School-Age Care Alliance promotes national standards for school age children and afterschool professionals.

Three Springs Youth Services - Three Springs is a nationally recognized leader in youth services, founded in 1985 to provide therapy and education to adolescents experiencing emotional, behavioral and learning problems. Specific behavior issues addressed include oppositional defiant disorder, ADD-ADHD, juvenile delinquency, self injurious behavior, and sexual promiscuity.


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