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Welcome to the Child Care Council

Welcome to the Child Care Council

Child Care Council is a Child Care Aware® Quality Assured agency that provides information, training, and resources to child care providers and parents in Livingston, Monroe, and Wayne counties in the State of New York.

Community Focus – We know how important it is to not only ensure our children are cared for, but that their care givers are supported and strengthened as well.

Quality Resources – We provide training courses, community programs and important licensing information for parents and providers so that they can offer the best care possible.

Comprehensive Services – Our knowledgeable and diverse staff will guide you through every step of finding and providing quality child care.

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Latest News
  • Child Care Council Offers Nationally Recognized Babysitting Course for Young TeensOctober 2nd 2014

    Young teens and adolescents ages 11 and older interested in providing babysitting services can take advantage of a
    nationally recognized program at Child Care Council.

  • FREE Training Opportunity: Healthy Beverages in Child CareOctober 1st 2014

    If you are a Family Day Care or Group Family Day Care Provider, take advantage of this free training and earn credit! The Office of Children and Family Services developed regulations for serving healthy beverages in child care. This training is available to help you and other providers learn how to follow them in your child care program.

  • Enterovirus D68 Causing Serious Illness in ChildrenOctober 1st 2014

    You may have noticed on national news outlets that there has been an outbreak of Enterovirus D68 or EV-D68 which has caused a significant number of children to become ill; some requiring treatment in the hospital and for some in intensive care units. As of this date, the virus has been reported in 21 states, including New York.