Family Child Care Market Rate Survey

The Office of Early Childhood is developing the state’s federal Child Care Development Fund plan for 2022- 2024. This is the primary federal funding for low-income families who are working or participating in education and training to help them pay for child care. In Connecticut, we call this program Care 4 Kids. The plan requires that states conduct a market rate survey to understand the average rate charged by early care and school age providers. Could you please take a few moments to complete this survey.

We appreciate your participation and support!

It is a 5 digit number.

Infant

Infants are children Birth - 18 Months
Do you accept infants < (less than) 18 months?(Required)
Infant(Required)
What do you charge for an infant for 12 hours per week of care ?
What do you charge for an infant for 24 hours per week of care ?
What do you charge for 40 hours per week of care if it is different than your definition of full time ?
 

Children 18 Months to 5 Years

Do you accept children ages 18 months to 5 years?(Required)
18 Months to 5 Years(Required)
What do you charge for a child 18 months to 5 years for 12 hours per week of care ?
What do you charge for a child 18 months to 5 years for 24 hours per week of care ?
What do you charge for 40 hours per week of care if it is different than your definition of full time ?
 

School Age

School Age are children ages 5 Years to 12 Years old
Do you accept children ages 5 years-12 years old for before/after school during the school year? ?(Required)
School Age(Required)
What do you charge for a 5 to 12 year old child for 12 hours per week of care ?
What do you charge for a 5 to 12 year old child for 24 hours per week of care ?
 

School Age Vacation/Summer Care

School Age are children ages 5 Years to 12 Years
Do you accept children ages 5 years to 12 years for full time care during vacation/summer?
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