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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamasupial View Post
    I didn't mean your child. If she's only just started out, setting up family daycare through a provider might be best.
    Lol re read and saw you meant my cousin now.
    Her current property wouldn't meet criteria

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    Quote Originally Posted by maternidade View Post
    Lol re read and saw you meant my cousin now.
    Her current property wouldn't meet criteria
    Not doubting your cousin, but if you are happy with family care, go with it, but I wouldn't expect the same quality learning stories etc as DD1 gets since she doesn't have the experience.

    I was in the same predicament and chose another centre til she was old enough to transfer her.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamasupial View Post
    Not doubting your cousin, but if you are happy with family care, go with it, but I wouldn't expect the same quality learning stories etc as DD1 gets since she doesn't have the experience.

    I was in the same predicament and chose another centre til she was old enough to transfer her.
    It is more child minding the centre she'll go to is early learning so don't mind. DD1 has learnt so much in the 12 months she's been there. It's honestly an amazing facility

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    Quote Originally Posted by maternidade View Post
    It is more child minding the centre she'll go to is early learning so don't mind. DD1 has learnt so much in the 12 months she's been there. It's honestly an amazing facility
    I'd say go for it then. Maybe ask her what she feels in an appropriate payment

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    Just don't know how much we legally have to pay

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    Will you be able to claim Ccb/ccr? If it's just family care, I don't know that there is a legal requirement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamasupial View Post
    Will you be able to claim Ccb/ccr? If it's just family care, I don't know that there is a legal requirement.
    Not ccr, CCB ( which with this arrangement is uncapped but .69c an hour)

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    I don't think I'd pay more than $50 a day if you don't get Ccr

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    We had this type of informal arrangement when I could not get my then 4 year old boys into ANY day care whatsoever.
    I paid her $80 a day to watch my boys, so I would say $50 is fair.


 

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