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If the local office does not have extra copies of these to send out, it may be necessary to go into the office with a pencil and paper to copy down the information. The agency staff is usually very helpful to anyone who says she is considering offering family day care and needs information about registering and licensing, and will eagerly offer a list of the available benefits. These might include: Reimbursement for children's food Some equipment and supplies Page 13 Referral of children Receiving fees for children referred Lending library of toys and books Training and education programs for the provider Newsletters and organizations to join Group medical and liability insurance rates Reimbursement for Children's Food In most parts of the country, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Child Care Food Program reimburses the cost of food for children in family day care.
Most other child care professions are well paid although in many cases the hours are shorter and the job less demanding. For instance, doctors, psychologists, nurses, and teachers can expect to earn a good living. The job of family day care is more varied, more constantly demanding, and often has a greater effect on the child's life than any of these and is, therefore, every bit as worthy of adequate pay. Licensing, Registration, and Approval One of the first things the family day care provider needs to consider is the question of licensing.
If the provider finds that she has spent more on food in one month than in another, she can look over menus to see whether it was because of a series of special meals (for birthdays or holidays), or because the cost of food went up, or perhaps because the menus were not planned carefully enough. Expenses All cashier slips from food and supply shopping and insurance forms are placed in the file each month. This is necessary for figuring income tax. Records of this kind must be kept for 7 years. Attendance The attendance sheets of previous months are kept in a file folder.