Family Child Care
Regulated family child care is care provided to children in a child care provider's own home that is either individually licensed by the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development or approved through the licensed family child care agency, Family and Child Care Connections. The Child Care Services legislation identifies the number and ages of children permitted in a regulated family child care home (see also What is Regulated Child Care? under Frequently Asked Questions).
All regulated family child care providers in the St. John's/Metro area, and many of the providers in Corner Brook and surrounding areas, are approved under the licensed family child care agency - Family and Child Care Connections. Regulated family child care providers in other areas of the province are licensed directly through our regional offices. The total number of regulated family child care homes and spaces in each community may be found on the Search by Map page. If you are looking for regulated family child care space availability, click individually licensed spaces
, or agency approved home spaces
Family Child Care Agency