Finding quality childcare can be a challenge for families of children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and other developmental disabilities, and families often have many valid concerns about who will look after their child. However, it is ultimately the family’s decision as to who is hired. Parents should be cautious when hiring a childcare provider. Here are some tips for hiring a childcare provider:
Quality Care for Children (QCC) is Georgia’s source for parents who are looking for quality child care throughout the state of Georgia. Our mission is to ensure Georgia’s infants and young children are nurtured and educated when they are not in the care of their parents. QCC oversees ALL-GA-KIDS, which is a statewide data base of all licensed child care centers, registered family day care providers, before and after school programs, GA lottery funded Pre-K programs and summer camp programs.
Quality Care for Children offers families three (3) great ways to search for child care:
Max Brewer was diagnosed with a mild form of autism when he was 3. His older brother, Arthur, also has autism and completed the Marcus Autism Center Early Intervention Program. “We had seen such great progress with Arthur, so we knew that we needed to start Max in the program, too,” Max’s mother, Therese, said.
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