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Resources for Providers

To join All Our Kin's mailing list and get information about professional development opportunities, email info@allourkin.org or call 203.772.2294.

All Our Kin has created two publications to help family child care providers understand state licensing regulations:

For our manual Becoming a Licensed Family Child Care Provider (July 2010, updated April 2015), click here.

Para ver este documento en español, presione aquí.

For our manual Family Child Care Provider Rights and Responsibilities: What Every Provider Should Know (July 2010, updated April 2015), click here.

Para ver este documento en español, presione aquí.

Learn more about All Our Kin's Loan Fund Program for family child care providers

All Our Kin is partnering with agencies across the state to offer trainings on Connecticut's Early Learning Guidelines for Infants and Toddlers. Click here to see if there is an upcoming training near you.

The National Association for Family Child Care (NAFCC) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting quality child care by strengthening the profession of family child care. For more information about the National Association for Family Child Care, click here

The Ludwig Center for Community & Economic Development at Yale Law School has helped All Our Kin create a video training tool for individuals who are interested in becoming licensed family child care providers. To watch the training video, click here.  

Dr. Walter Gilliam, Director of the Zigler Center on Child Development and Social Policy at Yale University, gave a lecture about incorporating brain research into family child care programs at All Our Kin's 11th annual Family Child Care Conference on May 14, 2016. To view the video, click here

For more information from the Connecticut Office of Early Childhood on becoming a licensed family child care provider, click here.

2015 Legislative Updates: 

During the 2015 legislative session, the Connecticut legislature passed a number of new laws that will affect licensed family child care providers in our state. To learn about these new laws and how they will impact your program, click here.

Zero-interest loans for eligible family child care providers

Help your program grow with the All Our Kin Loan Fund Program! All Our Kin offers zero-interest loans of up to $1,500 for projects that will improve the quality and/or profitability of family child care businesses. To learn more about applying for the All Our Kin Loan Fund Program, click here.

Para aprender más sobre aplicar para el Programa de Préstamos de All Our Kin, haz click aquí.

To see a general brochure about All Our Kin's network and programs, click here

Para información sobre All Our Kin en español, pone aquí

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