Thursday, February 3, 2011

Registering a Daycare in North Carolina

Continuing with our theme of licensing childcare services, we'll now look at some North Carolina daycare requirements.

North Carolina has a cutoff similar to what we have noticed of other states: 4 hours. North Carolina feels if a provider has more than 2 unrelated children for more than 4 hours a day, this daycare provider needs to look at getting licensed.

Furthermore, North Carolina has two different types of child care centers that the state feels the need to license and regulate:
  • Family Child Care Home
  • Child Care Center
You can already see how what officials are trying to keep their eye on. We will discuss North Carolina's licensing further in the next few weeks.

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