Choosing the right child care can be a difficult decision...
Kids Unlimited provides families with quality, affordable childcare in a safe and nurturing environment for children 0-12 years of age.
We accept vouchers from the DTA (Department of Transitional Assistance) through Childcare Resources.
We also have a waitlist for income eligible slots for childcare. You may call and put your name on a waitlist at any time. When your name has come to the top of the list, we will have you come into our office and estimate your daily fee for childcare based on your income as well as your spouse's income, if married and/or receiving child support. You must work a minimum of 30 hours a week to be eligible for a full time income eligible slot (20 hours for a part time slot).
Additionally, we will help you in the process of finding a childcare educator that can cater to your needs if you are not already contracted with our system.
Kids Unlimited supports parents with the following services and information.
In order to reduce the risk of infant death in child care settings from Sudden Unexplained Infant Death (SUID) and Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS), EEC has established policies regarding sleep practices for all children under 12 months in age.
For those who qualify, Kids Unlimited Services, Inc. provides transportation as needed from the child’s home to our family child care programs.
Parent fees are due in advance of the week, the Friday before the care is provided. Non-payment at this time could result in the termination and/or refusal of day care by Kids Unlimited Services, Inc.
Wait List – State Subsidized Childcare Application
Complete our online application in order to join our wait list for state subsidized childcare.
Health & Wellness
The Department of Early Education and Care sets forth minimum requirements for health and safety, as well as additional guidance for family child care.
Your child is receiving an EEC child care subsidy and is expected to attend the early education and care program, as agreed on your child care authorization. Your provider is responsible to make sure that your child attends based on the agreed schedule.
Each individual provider has his or her own policy regarding late pickups. It is understood that a voucher/EEC client has up to ten hours of day care unless otherwise stated on the voucher. The provider may or may not charge an extra fee after the designated pickup time.
There are certain items to pack with your child to ensure their comfort and safety throughout the day.
Be sure to review this list of special considerations and important information when enrolling your child in day care.