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From childcare and early years education to fostering, adoption and more. This information is provided by Family Information Service Denbighshire.
Family Information Service phone number: 01745 815891
Are you a provider of the Childcare Offer for Wales? Here's what you need to know to get prepared for the new national digital service (external website), coming this autumn.
Demonstrations of the Childcare Offer for Wales national digital service are being held for childcare providers in September via Microsoft Teams. The first sessions will be held on 5th and 6th September and will cover how to register as a childcare provider on the new system. Find more information on the Welsh Government website.
From 1 September 2022, the Flying Start programme will be available to new areas in East Rhyl and East Prestatyn.
Find out more about Flying Start and view the current and new areas eligible for the programme
Working parents of 3 and 4 year olds can get 30 hours of funded childcare a week through the Childcare Offer for Wales.
Information about the Family Information Service (FIS) Training available for childcare settings.
Find out about Family Information Service Denbighshire.
Search for childcare in Denbighshire and find out about help with the cost.
Find out how to become a childcare provider in Denbighshire.
Information about the 10 hours funded education scheme for parents, carers and childcare providers.
Benefits and grants you may be entitled to plus information and advice.
Information about the support available for pre-school children with developmental delays.
We run lots of events and activities for children and families across Denbighshire, all year round.
All childcare providers in Denbighshire offer care for children with additional learning needs and children with disabilities.
We have a responsibility to make sure that there is sufficient childcare in Denbighshire to meet the needs of working parents.
Denbighshire Family Link Workers work closely with families, pre-school settings and schools to make sure all children have a positive experience of education.
View our Play Sufficiency Assessment.
There is a wide range of financial support available to help you with the cost of childcare.
Parent and toddler groups are mainly for children under two and a half years old, accompanied by their parent or carer.
The aim of Flying Start is to help children to have the best possible start in life for their future growth and development.
Parenting information and advice from gov.wales.
If you want to provide a loving home for a child or young person, consider fostering or adopting.
LIFT helps families with managing children’s challenging behaviour at home.
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