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Five Questions to Ask a Potential Child Care Provider

Parents and caregivers are tasked with many responsibilities, especially in the early years of a child’s life. One of the most important decisions parents and caregivers will make is choosing the right childcare program for their child’s pre-kindergarten years.

By ABC Quality Team on October 7, 2021

Is there financial assistance available to help pay for quality child care in South Carolina?

The need for affordable child care is one of the greatest challenges facing our nation. For South Carolinians, the good news is you may be eligible for financial assistance to help pay for child care over a certain time. Thanks to changes in federal funding, this temporary financial support is available to more families, including middle-income families, now than it ever has been before. The best part is parents can choose from an extensive list of ABC Quality monitored providers, ensuring their children experience a child care facility and environment best suited for them.

By ABC Quality Team on September 16, 2021

What COVID-19 safety protocols should my child care provider have in place?

As we move through the summer, many families are in the process of enrolling (or re-enrolling) in early education or child care programs for the fall of 2021. For many, this is happening following a year at home weathering the COVID-19 pandemic, and parents and caregivers likely have new concerns and questions as they begin their search for the right program.

By ABC Quality Team on August 20, 2021

Who can help me with child care?

Quality child care is the goal of any good parent or caregiver. But paying for child care costs is often difficult for many families. Fortunately, in South Carolina, there are various kinds of resources available to families in need of financial assistance for child care.

By ABC Quality Team on June 15, 2021

How can I teach my child not to be afraid of going to the doctor?

Whether they're going in for a routine check-up or visiting a specialist for a specific problem, children often have fears about going to the doctor. A child’s reaction to a medical visit can vary widely depending on their age and temperament

By ABC Quality Team on May 31, 2021