Becoming a Private Home Child Care Provider Two children playing outside at child care

Private home child care providers working with the County of Wellington's licensed home child care agency must meet the standards in the Day Nurseries Act.

Providers must also follow the policies and procedures set out by the County of Wellington.

What are the benefits of being a licensed Provider?

  • The money that you earn is competitive with other forms of child care.
  • You receive additional payment for care on weekends or in the evening.
  • We pay you directly when families have fee subsidy.
  • Our payments to you can be deposited right into your bank account.
  • We pay you when the children are away because they are sick or on vacation.
  • We celebrate your work with an event each spring.

Our home child care consultants work with Providers by:

  • Meeting with you each month in your home child care.
  • Referring families who receive subsidy to your home child care.
  • Helping you to connect with other providers.
  • Providing training and workshops.
  • Working with you, families, and community agencies to include children with special needs.

How can you become a licensed Home Child Care Provider?

Call the Home Child Care Supervisor to find out more on how to become a Provider.

Contact:

Jodi McMahon
Supervisor, Private Home Child Care
T 519.837.3620 x3050
E jodim@wellington.ca

Child Care Services, Private Home Child Care
15 Douglas Street
Guelph, ON N1H 2S7