Care is provided during evening hours, after 6 PM.
Child sleeps during night hours in child care setting until morning.
Will provide care on Saturday and/or Sunday.
Child requires a program/provider that accepts children who have symptoms of minor childhood illness and does not pose a serious risk to other children and is able to participate in the program with minor accommodations.
Will provide care on days that school is closed due to snow.
Care is offered during hours that extend beyond regular day schedule.
Hours of care are flexible.
Provider/program offers early day or morning hours care only.
Provider/program offers late day or afternoon hours care only.
Provider offers half week or single day care.
Provider will provide respite care.
A distinction made by NYS Department of Health. Child care centers and homes have met standards to support breastfeeding continuation when mothers return to work or school. At this time, only CACFP programs are eligible to participate in this program.