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Research BC Regulations: Familiarize yourself with the BC Child Care Licensing Regulation. Understand the requirements for staff qualifications, child-to-staff ratios, facility standards, health and safety, and programming.
Contact Local Authorities: Reach out to the Community Care Facilities Licensing (CCFL) office for detailed guidance and any region-specific requirements.
Information and Assistance: Include information about the subsidy in your parent handbook or information package. Offer assistance to parents in understanding if they are eligible and how to apply for the subsidy.
Liaison with Alberta Children’s Services: Maintain a relationship with Alberta Children’s Services to stay updated on any changes in the subsidy program.
Communication with Parents: Regularly communicate with parents about any changes in the subsidy program that might affect them.
Fee Structure: Your fee structure should account for the possibility that some families will be receiving subsidies. Be clear about how the subsidy impacts the fees they owe.
After applying, proposals are placed on a space development request list with other applicants. When funding becomes available, this list is used to approve funding for new developments. However, not all proposals can be approved immediately. Those with the potential to provide quality service and become operational within a reasonable timeframe may be considered for approval, while others remain on the list for future consideration
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The Government of Saskatchewan offers funding to licensed child care facilities to reduce out-of-pocket fees for parents. Proposals for developing new licensed child care centre spaces are accepted from various groups like parent groups, non-profit corporations, co-operatives, and municipalities. It’s important to note that all child care centres in Saskatchewan must be licensed by the Early Years branch of the Ministry of Education
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