Childcare and Respite Care Resources for 0-5 year olds
Parents tell us...
"I couldn't leave my baby with just anyone, but I didn't know who I could trust."
"I wasn't sure what our options were, or what made good childcare for my child."
"When things are too intense at home I need a break. Respite gives me that renewal time. My kids love it too."
Zero to Three: How to Choose Quality Childcare
Child Care Brochures including Choosing Quality Child Care for a Child with Special Needs
Tip sheet: Find Your Child Care Fit
Finding childcare and respite care
Inclusive Partners: training and support for families and providers around inclusive childcare
Oregon Early Learning: has information on finding childcare statewide
Family Relief Nurseries offer emergency childcare and parenting support
Oregon Home Care Commission has a registry of all providers in the state.
Finding Respite Caregivers tip sheet
Autism Society of Oregon: "Take a break on us"
United Cerebral Palsy: family support page including "Respitality" program
Center for Medically Fragile Children temporary residential care for medically fragile children
- Contact your local congregation, gym, or school
- Swap a night with friends or neighbors
- Sign up for day camps, or other programs, at local parks
- Create a "kids night out" co-op with your friends
Inclusion of resources on our site does not imply endorsement nor does exclusion mean we do not think it is valuable. We work to keep our list of resources current and relevant but it is not exhaustive.
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