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Our organization affirms the dedication and commitment of home child care providers. We believe the work of caregivers matters, is valuable and important, and that it can make a lasting difference in the life of children and families.
When a home child care provider joins Daycare Connection they are considered an independent contractor.
Day Care Connection advocates for Licensed home child care providers to be paid the highest possible rate while making quality childcare affordable and accessible to all. Currently providers working with DCC are among the highest paid in the licensed home child care sector.
Daycare Connection will continue to advocate for its providers as the Canada-Wide Early Learning and Childcare Agreement is rolled out.
You are eligible for any grants from the Provincial government that come through licensed agencies.
You are able to care for up to six children.
DCC home child care providers are eligible to work with families who qualify to receive childcare subsidy through the City of Toronto.
Daycare Connection will be part of the new Canada-wide Early Learning and Childcare plan (CWELCC) that will see substantial fee reductions for parents.
We refer parents to your programs. Care is taken to match the wants and needs of the children and families with those of the provider.
We refer and introduce families to providers/your home care program and provide support during interviews.
The agency collects all fees for you to guarantee a timely payment on a set schedule.
We assist with outreach, promoting, and advertisement of your business.
No administrative fee. 100 percent of childcare fees goes directly to the provider.
Payment dates for providers follow a consistent schedule.
Access to ongoing learning opportunities and professional development related to child development, self-regulation, health and nutrition, behaviour guidance, etc. to enhance your program and add to your resume and professional portfolio
We provide consultation and support in regarding to setting up your home child care location, Ministry guidelines, nutrition plans, health and safety, and documentation.
Access to free materials such as arts and crafts, toys, safe equipment.
Continuing one-on-one support, guidance and resources are available in partnership with a Home Child Care Coordinator (RECE).