Are you interested in opening your own child care business in your home? Contact one of our Provider Specialists who can help you through the process from the online orientation to your certification. They will explain the requirements such as trainings you will need, fingerprinting and grants, and answer questions you may have. Call for a “Becoming a Child Care Provider” packet for home-based programs that includes the steps involved. We also offer our own 3-hour orientation.
Almarie McCoy – 212-206-7818 x 2130 email@example.com
Joy Jensen – 212-206-7818 x 2126 firstname.lastname@example.org
Tiffany Bryan – 212-206-7818 x 2111 email@example.com
Ingrith Marin – 212-206-7818 x 2121 firstname.lastname@example.org
Delma Burgos – 212-206-7818 x 2112 email@example.com
In January 2005 we started the Council’s Health Care Consultancy Program in response to the recent changes in New York State Medication Regulations. These regulations pertain to all registered and/or licensed child care facilities that will be administering medication to children. Our Health Care Specialist, Arden Corbett, has been busy working with child care providers from all modalities of care in completing and submitting Health Care Plans.
Arden Corbett, Health Care Consultant
Phone: 212-206-7818 x2125
The Council’s Infant/Toddler Specialists are a resource for our member centers and other regulated or licensed child care sites. Our Specialists offer focused attention and expertise to the individualized needs of the infant and young toddler population. Services include technical assistance, individualized intensive technical assistance, and training opportunities.
The Infant/Toddler program provided many hours of training to child care professionals. Topics included Infant and Toddler Learning and Development, Directing Infant and Toddler Programs, Transitioning from Preschool to Infants and Toddlers, Using the Infant/Toddler Environment Rating Scale (ITERS) to Arrange Classroom Environment, and Infant and Toddler Discipline and Guidance. We continued to work in collaboration with the NYC CCR&R Consortium and 21 child care centers implementing the Infant/Toddler Rating Scale (ITERS) to improve program quality, as well as provide technical assistance to child care providers in all modalities of child care. Over 100 technical assistance calls, and over 75 hours of intensive (one to one) technical assistance hours are completed in each contract year by the NYC CCR&R Infant/Toddler Program.
I-Ling Tsai is the Council’s Infant/Toddler Specialist, and is involved in all aspects of the Infant/Toddler Program and isavailable to all early childhood professionals. Services include technical assistance, site visits/consultations, and training opportunities.
I-Ling Tsai, Infant/Toddler Specialist
Phone: 212-206-7818 x2116
Vanessa Torres, Infant/Toddler Specialist
Phone: 212-206-7818 x2129
Natalie Rosario, Infant/Toddler Mental Health Specialist
Phone: 212-206-7818 x2128
This grant is for child care sites that are working toward a goal of formulating a Health Care Plan, or need additional support in carrying out the plan. The Health Care Quality Improvement Grant will fund Medication Administration Training (MAT), CPR/First Aid training, and/or other related health care training needs up to $250.00.
This grant is for registered/licensed providers and centers that have successfully participated in an Intensive Technical Assistance project that includes a pre and post-assessment using an Environmental Rating Scale (ERS) or other quality-assessment tool. The Learning Environment Quality Improvement Grant will fund the purchase of appropriate materials, chosen in partnership with the assessment –based technical assistance team working with the site. The grant is worth up to $250.00.
This grant is for registered/licensed home-based child care providers that have successfully participated in an intensive technical assistance project that includes pre and post-assessment using an Environmental Rating Scale (ERS) or other quality –assessment tool, as well as, programs working directly with the Child Care Resource & Referral (CCR&R) on quality programming. The Business Quality and Sustainability Grant will fund training focusing on business operations for child care settings ($250).
The NYC Child Care Resource and Referral (CCR&R) Consortium maintains a database of all registered/licensed child care sites in all five boroughs. We use this information to refer families to quality child care. To keep the data up to date, we ask that you fill out a provider survey that will be sent to our data maintenance team.