National Association for Family Child Care. The National Association for Family Child Care is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting quality child care by strengthening the profession of family child care.
The goals of the Association are:
* To strengthen state and local associations as the primary support system for individual family child care providers.
* To promote a professional accreditation program which recognizes and encourages quality care for children.
* To represent family child care providers by advocating for their needs and collaborating with other organizations.
* To promote the diversity of the family child care profession through training, state and local associations, public education, and Board membership.
* To deliver effective programs through strong organizational management.
California Association For Family Child Care. Our vision for family child care is to promote the healthy growth and development of children and provide support for families by providing high quality, developmentally appropriate and flexible care, through a wide range of care options. An important part of this vision is for each child care provider to become an advocate for children and family issues that promote and enhance the well-being of the children and families we serve as well as foster the growth and development of the provider community.
Firmly believing that “It takes an entire village to raise a child,” the California Association for Family Child Care will achieve this vision in cooperation with the families being served, a broad network of child care providers and child advocacy groups, community organizations, government agencies and other regulatory institutions.
Association of Child Care Professionals. The National Association of Child Care Professionals
is the nation's leader among associations serving child care owners, directors, and administrators. The organization's goal is to improve, enhance and strengthen the credibility of the people who lead the child care industry by providing membership services and benefits. NACCP is the only association exclusively dedicated to child care management without regard to a center's tax status and corporate sponsorship.
Child Care Association. The Mission of National Child Care Association is to promote the growth and safeguard the interest of quality early childhood care and education focusing on licensed, private providers of these services.
Since 1975, as a professional trade association, NCCA has been the voice of the licensed, private early childhood care and education community.
National Association for the Education of Young Children. For more than 80 years, the National Association for the Education of Young Children has worked to raise the quality of programs for all children from birth through age eight. A major part of NAEYC's efforts to improve early childhood education is through different systems of accreditation for programs that are committed to meeting national standards of quality.
Florida Family Child Care Home Association. A handful of Florida family child care providers began looking for a way to create a statewide peer networking group. After many committee meetings around the state, the Florida Family Child Care Home Association, Inc. was established in June 1993 with 6 officers and 265 members and has grown to 13 officers with over 1400 members.
Metropolitan Nannies. Metropolitan Nannies is the leading childcare placement agency in the Washington DC area. Our services include temporary nanny placements, part/full time nanny placements, short-term placements, overnight and night nurse services, corporate placements, and hotel and event services.
As a full service child care agency, Metropolitan Nannies is dedicated to providing the highest quality child care services in Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C.