Being part of a licensed Agency gives you credibility with parents
1. Bulletin Board & Filing System
2. First Aid Kit & Training
3. Fire Extinguisher
4. Free Training: Child Development, etc.
5. A Craft Kit with supplies
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FAMILY HOME CHILD CARE SOCIETY
BENEFITS FOR CAREGIVERS
Subsidy is available for low to middle income families (a family has to be making more than $70,000 before they do not qualify for subsidy). Subsidy means that parents do not pay full fee for their space; how much subsidy they receive depends on their income. Visit https://www.ednet.ns.ca/earlyyears/families/application.shtmlto find out more.
Looking For: Part Time Preschool Teacher
Start Date: August 28, 2023
Hours: 8-12 for 12 hours a week
Requirements: ECE Level 1, 2 or 3
Wage: Based on ECE Level and experience
Please send Resume to: Melissa.email@example.com
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Please visit the "Forms" page if you would like to become a caregiver.
The mission of the Family Home Child Care Society, Pictou County is to provide accessible, affordable, quality child care which would create a safe, nurturing, and stimulating environment within a home setting conducive to the developmental needs of children from ages six weeks to twelve years.
Children need quality, reliable day care in order to thrive and grow as individuals. The early years are the most crucial because children are growing and developing at the most phenomenal rate than at any other time in their lives. They require consistency in order to feel secure which can be provided by quality home day care. Providers and their homes are inspected and approved by the agency and they are required to provide a nurturing environment to the children in their care.
The goals of the Society are to provide a safe, nurturing environment to all children from all different backgrounds and abilities. We strive to provide a safe, comfortable, stimulating, fun, environment in provider homes in the child’s own community with a semi-structured day plan. Activities will include free play, some structured playtime, outdoor large motor playtime, small motor skills activities, story time, arts and crafts, music and dance, and other learning fun activities. Providers will provide each child nutritious meals and snacks; encourage good hygiene skills, and manners.
We do not believe in pushing a child to learn at an accelerated rate nor will we make a child feel pressured to achieve. We will provide an atmosphere where the child feels safe and is having fun, exploring their own interests and developing at their own appropriate pace. The selection and matching of families and their children with care providers’ best suited to their needs, small groups of children, ongoing training and consultation for caregivers from the Agency staff regarding any aspect of the program, special activities, trusting relationships, and professional support from home visitors are all important elements of the program
PRE-SCHOOL, Possibly FREE ! Family With Incomes Less Than $35,000 qualify for Maximum Subsidy, which will FULLY PAY for our Pre-school !
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BENEFITS FOR PARENTS
-Licensed, Quality child care for children ages 6 weeks to 12 years.
-Maximum number of children in a home at any given time is 7 so more individualized attention & programming..
-Subsidy available to parents who need assistance with the cost of their child's care.
-Homes are approved by Agency, in accordance with The Nova Scotia Day Care Regulations.
-Policies in place to ensure roles and responsibilities of both caregivers & parents are clear.
-Homes are visited on a regular basis by agency staff.
-Trained Caregivers in topics related to child development, safety, nutrition, discipline techniques, etc
>Agency Staff have ECE (Early Childhood Education) and are responsible for implementation of the program.
>Agency staff are responsible for screening caregivers & homes
>Agency staff are responsible to make sure all Caregivers have
criminal record checks including a vulnerable sector check, child abuse registry check, and first aid with infant CPR before any child is placed within their home.
>Activities including freeplay, storytime, arts and crafts, music and dance and other fun structured activities will be part of the child's daily routine.
>Staff visit homes & provide consultation and support to caregivers
>Agency provides training & training opportunities to caregivers which is recognized by the Department.
>Staff provide information & assists parents in matching with caregivers