Employer-Sponsored Child Care

Is it the best for your child?

Licensing Standards

Employer sponsored child care is required to be licensed and be regulated. Pictures of the care giver to child ratio is pictured below. Care givers must provide planned activities designed to meet the individual needs and developmental level of each child. Employees are prohibited from using a TV or computer in these activities.

More about Child Care

Services provided in the Employer Sponsored child care

Services provided in the Employer Sponsored child care are centers, and knowing the group that they're growing up with since early age(long- term friends).

Advantages of Employer Sponsored child care

Advantages of Employer Sponsored child care are that the providers are there whenever you need them, and understand you're working hours. Other advantages are that the care would be near by, and you could go check on them if you have a spare moment or if something "traumatic" happened to the child (Bee sting, etc).

Family best served by Employer Sponsored child care

A family with both a working father and mother would best benefit from employer sponsored child care. Specifically, a family with unpredictable working hours and would possibly need child care at a moments notice.