Parents at LFCC enjoy the benefits of daily progress reports, regular parent/teacher conferences, potty training advice and support, quarterly newsletters and access to LFCC's vast collection of age-appropriate books for checkout.
As a parent at Little Feet Child Care you will enjoy the benefits of daily reports outlining your child's day including information about their mood, appetite, potty habits, nap time and activities. We use a secure mobile application for communicating directly with parents throughout the day. Some of the communication will include photos of your child participating in activities.
Potty Training Support
When your child is ready to be potty-trained we provide daily progress, support and advice. We know how to positively motivate children to reach this important milestone in their life. And we can provide you with the necessary information and advice to help you at home with your child. We have books that you can take home and read to your child to help introduce and encourage them to give their best effort.
Additional Parent Resources
We know you want to make an informed choice when choosing child care. The following links provide useful information that can help you feel confident that you've made the best possible choice.
State of Oregon
- For Parents - State of Oregon Child Care for Parents: This site is made available to parents by the State of Oregon. It provides information about the different types of child care in Oregon. And provides links to other resources.
- Child Care Complaint Records Online - State of Oregon Child Care Complaints Records Online: This site provides searchable complaint history for child care facilities in the State of Oregon. Parents can search for complaint history on a specific child care center by city, zip code or name.
- National Child Care Association — The NCCA is active in national childcare issues and works in Washington to balance the quality, affordability, and availability of licensed, private childcare and education programs.
- National Association for the Education of Young Children — NAEYC administers an accreditation system to improve the quality of education and care provided in programs for young children. Its Web site provides information for families concerning early childhood development and childcare issues.
- Almanac of Policy Issues: Child Care Issues — The Almanac offers background information, archived documents, and links on childcare issues in the U.S.
- Administration for Children and Families — The ACF is a federal agency that funds state, territory, local, and tribal organizations to provide family assistance (welfare), child support, childcare, Head Start, child welfare, and other programs relating to children and families.
- National After School Association — The NAA is a professional association dedicated to the development, education, and care of children and youth during their out-of-school hours. Its site offers publications, articles, and numerous other resources for parents.
Our meals that are prepared from scratch. One of the many advantages of in-home child care is our lower ratios. We're able to spend the time necessary to cook your child wholesome, nutritious meals. Your child's nutrition is critically important to their ability to learn and stay focused throughout the day.
Every month our activities are planned around our professionally prepared curriculum. Our monthly calendar keeps parents informed about what we're teaching so they can engage with their children at home. The calendar also shows important dates such as field trips and LFCC closures.