Improving the quality of childcare through a proven business model!
WHEDco helps women build and grow successful home-based childcare businesses throughout the city, while improving the quality of childcare available to New Yorkers.
Quality childcare during a child’s first five years is crucial to future academic success, and can even mitigate some of poverty’s detrimental effects. Our work has been featured in the New York Times as an impactful program that lays the foundation for structured learning for children and supports home-based childcare providers throughout the city to become trained and licensed.
For Providers: Home-based Childcare Network and Training Institute
WHEDco works with both licensed and legally exempt childcare providers to ensure safety and nutritional standards are met for children during the most crucial stage of cognitive development.
AVISO IMPORTANTE: Oprima aquí para leer un aviso importante para los proveedores de cuidado infantil legalmente exentos, y los nuevos requisitos de capacitación pre-servicio en las áreas de salud y seguridad.
Training Calendar / Calendario de Entrenamiento
- December 2021 / diciembre 2021
- November 2021 / noviembre 2021
- October 2021 / octubre 2021
- September 2021 / septiembre 2021
- August 2021 / agosto 2021
- July 2021 / julio 2021
- June 2021 / junio 2021
- May 2021 / mayo 2021
- April 2021 / abril 2021
- March 2021 / marzo 2021
- February 2021 / febrero 2021
- January 2021 / enero 2021
Provider Newsletters / Bolitín de Proveedores
- December 2020 / diciembre 2020
- November 2020 / noviembre 2020
- October 2020 / octubre 2020
- September 2020
For Parents: Explore your Childcare Options
Through its Home-Based Childcare Program (HBCC), WHEDco works with families to help them explore options, determine their eligibility for subsidies, and provide orientation on how to select the right caregiver for their needs.
We match parents and licensed childcare providers to place children in nurturing home-based day care businesses, where they can develop to their full potential and prepare for a smooth transition to Head Start or Pre-K programs.