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8/4/10 7:59 A

LUANN_IN_PA is correct. First check with your local DHR (Child Care Division) and find out the regulations -- some require a "seminar" before filling out the applications. Contact your insurance company and join your local Child Care Association. I was a provider for over 15 years, lots more involved than what most people think, and it takes a bit to get yourself up and running, but being licensed is very important.

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8/3/10 1:03 P

Check with your state regarding regulations/inspections/license/etc.

Check with your town regarding insurance/zoning/etc.

HOPE2BSKINNI Posts: 478
8/3/10 10:09 A

I am currently a working mom that dreads going to work each day. I want to find a way to stay home with my two babies and still make income to help DH w/the bills. I was thinking of having daycare in my home. I have a Huge yard and live in a great neighborhood. I'm just not sure how you go about doing it....any tips/suggestions?

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