It also determines reasonable accommodations and availability of services to support a child/youth’s special needs.
This list is maintained by sponsor priority for care and date of request for care.
Parents must update their information every 90 days to remain on the list.
Orientation highlights include: Deployment Support Services Deployment Support Services are established for eligible Army Service Members (e.g., deployed Soldiers, dependents of Army Fallen Warriors, Army Wounded Warriors assigned to a Wounded Warrior Unit, etc.).
Childcare Cost Childcare cost is based on Total Family Income (TFI).
https://Registration Checklist Required forms for registering in Child Care (CDC/FCC/SAC) include: These forms are only available in person at CYS or Parent Central Services.
Medical Action Plan (MAP) Only needed if a child is diagnosed with allergies, diabetes, asthma/respiratory, or seizures that may require staff to administer rescue medications. Waiting List The Installation will establish a Waiting List when the spaces for each child age group are filled and there are no additional spaces to offer.
Parent Orientation Parent Central Services schedules appointments to acquaint parents with their child’s program.
These sessions are an important part of the enrollment process and are offered at times convenient to parents.
The Waiting List is limited to patrons who are still actively seeking child care.
When a space becomes available, patrons are offered a viable space.
Multi-Disciplinary Inclusion Action Team (MIAT) Process The MIAT explores Installation child care and youth supervision options for children and youth with medical diagnoses that reflect life-threatening conditions, functional limitations and diagnosed behavioral/psychological conditions.