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Join a gathering about provider services in Maine

What if care providers organized their own services to support quality of care?

For years child care providers, across Maine, have struggled on their own to provide the best care that could for children and their families with changing services.


We at Maine Shared Services Alliance (MSSA) think that providers in Maine now have an opportunity - Resulting from loss of state-funded services coupled with investments from private foundations - to build a system, from the ground up, to support providers and improve the quality of care.


What is needed is a conversation among providers to make choices for services to create something different for services.

Maine Shared Services

Saturday, June 21st, 9am to Sunday, June 22nd, 12pm

180 W River Rd

Waterville, ME

For those traveling more than two hours by car, mileage and overnight accommodations will be provided. Lunch and Dinner will be provided by Educare for all attendees.


Register now by visiting: www.sharedservicesofme.org

Agenda

June 21:

9 am - Registration

9:30 - Opening

10:00 - Morning Sessions

12 pm - Lunch

1 pm Afternoon Sessions

3:30 - Closing


June 22:

9 am - Opening

9:30 - Workshop the record

10:30 - check in

11:00 - Next steps

12 pm Closing


Shared Services for ME

Maine Shared Services Alliance is an innovative, non-regulatory, public-private partnership of stakeholders and early care and education providers.


Our goals are:


  • work together to strengthen the early care and education industry
  • Improve the quality of services provided to children and their families by building on existing initiatives
  • create new infrastructure to give providers access to business supports using economies of scale, while allowing programs to maintain their independent status