Frequently Asked Questions
Understanding Recent Changes to Federal and State Laws for Family Child Care Providers
Understanding Recent Changes to Federal and State Laws for Family Child Care Providers (English and Spanish *)
*Fairfax County is committed to nondiscrimination in all county programs, services and activities. To request reasonable accommodations or to receive this information in an alternate format, call 703-324-8100 or TTY 711.
Every child care provider with a Fairfax County permit must have an emergency plan. You can use these emergency forms and information when you develop your emergency preparedness plan.
Early childhood professionals who work with children need to stay current in their certifications for first aid and CPR. It is a requirement for any permitted family child care provider in Fairfax County. The Health Resource for Child Care Providers is not a complete list of companies that provide pediatric (infant and child) CPR and first aid training. You are encouraged to do your own research in selecting a company for these services. The Office for Children is not offering this list as a recommendation or endorsement.
Filing Online Reimbursement Requests with Provider Access (coming soon)
Joining Infant Toddler Specialist Network (coming soon)