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    FREE Training For Members: Grants 101 -- the 2021-2022 Edition

    Check out this training and get all your questions answered! Tuesday October 19th Spanish REGISTER HERE https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/T5NNJFG Thursday October 21st English REGISTER HERE https://www.surveymonkey.
    Download: 2021 grants tax class.pdf , 2021 grants tax class.jpg

    For Immediate Release

    Check out our press release issued at 8 am this morning on this LAST day of Emergency Child Care in Oregon.  (imbedded text below) WHEN: Tuesday June 29th, 2021, 6:30 pm CONTACT: Child Care Providers Together Local 132 AFSCME childcare@oregonafscme.
    Download: Press Release 6.29.21 In Honor of Our Oregon Licensed Family Child Care.pdf

    COVID Transition Template

    These templates are compliant with the June 2021 transition requirements that were released by ELD on 6/25/2021. Please feel free to use them for your child care program.
    Download: 2021 June Covid transition letter template.pdf , 2021 June Covid transition letter template.docx

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  • ERDC Special Needs Rate Form
    ERDC Special Needs Rate Form

    Form DHS 7486 is a form that assists parents is applying for the ERDC Special Needs Rate. As a provider, you can keep several copies of this form handy to give to families who are applying or are already elligible for ERDC. In fact, we recommend that you include a copy of this form with the materials you hand out when parents tour your program -- have a discussion with parents when they tour your program. You could also include this form with your enrollment packet. 

    We recommend parents use this form and get a copy of it date/time stamped when handing it in at their local DHS office so that you and the parent can track when the request was made. 

    Our Union leadership is hearing that a high number of parents (and their providers) are being denied application for the special needs rate (most of the time what we hear is that the DHS worker claims the parent failed to request the rate and for whatever reason the DHS eligibility worker failed to ask the family about the special needs while sometimes the worker is refusing to process the special needs rate and refuses the parent request). 


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