Child care weekend: Top 10 Weekend Child Care in San Diego, CA

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Navy Reserve Force Weekend Drill Child Care

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The Navy Reserve Force has launched the Weekend Drill Child Care Pilot to help Navy Reservists pay for child care services within a 50 mile radius of the participating NRC locations during drill weekends. The participating NRC locations are San Diego, CA; Kitsap/Bremerton, WA; and Jacksonville, FL.



The Navy Reserve Force Weekend Drill Child Care (WDCC) Pilot is an initiative designed for eligible Navy Reserve Force families who need child care to support weekend Inactive Duty Training (i.e., drill weekends). With the WDCC Pilot, a portion of your child care costs is paid to a participating provider to offset the costs of care. The goal is to make it easier for eligible families to afford child care during drill weekends.

If enrolled in the pilot program, you will pay only $3 per child per hour or partial hour that your child is in care during a scheduled drill weekend.

Families of eligible members assigned to Navy Reserve Activities (NRA), Navy Reserve Centers (NRC), and Navy Reserve Units using child care within a 50 mile radius of a participating NRC location (Jacksonville, FL; Kitsap, WA; and San Diego, CA) may participate in the WDCC Pilot. Eligible members include Selected Reserves (SELRES), Training & Administration of the Reserve (TAR), Individual Ready Reserves (Voluntary Training Unit), and Active Component members assigned to these reserve units. Child care services are not provided for unit(s)/subordinate unit(s) that hold Inactive Duty Training (IDT) during weekdays or FLEX drill units.

The WDCC Pilot is available to sponsors with dependent children ages 6 weeks to 12 years who fall into one of the following categories:

  • Single service members
  • Dual military where spouse is drilling or deployed during drill weekend
  • Married, if spouse is working during drill weekend
  • Married, if spouse is attending classes or training during drill weekend

    Download the Weekend Drill Child Care Pilot Authorization Form

    Complete the form and submit it to your local WDCC point of contact (POC). Your WDCC POC will sign the form verifying your eligibility. Your local authorizing official must then sign it before you can be approved. The local authorizing official may vary by location; contact your WDCC POC for more information. If you don’t know your WDCC POC, contact your local chain of command.

    Create an MCC Account

    If you don’t already have a (MCC) account, select “Create an Account” at the topic of this page. Once you create an account, set up a Household Profile, identify yourself as a drilling reservist, and then search for care and request the WDCC Pilot.

    Wait for an Offer

    You will receive an offer for care via email. Keep your email address up to date in your Household Profile so you do not miss these important messages.

    Choose a Provider

    Use the list of approved providers in MCC to contact potential providers or select a preferred one from your community. Your selected provider must meet the requirements and apply to participate. If you are unable to find a provider, contact Navy Fee Assistance for help.

    Complete Registration and Upload Required Documents

    When an offer is made, you will receive an email notification from MCC with instructions on how to accept the offer, complete your registration, and upload your WDCC Authorization Form and WDCC Cost Worksheet.

Community providers interested in participating in the WDCC Pilot must complete and submit the MCCYN Provider Interest Form. After completing the Interest Form, email [email protected] to notify Navy Fee Assistance that you are interested in participating in the WDCC Pilot.

Navy certified Child Development Home Providers interested in participating in the WDCC Pilot must notify their Monitor who will help them enroll.

Community child care providers must meet the following requirements to participate in the WDCC Pilot:

  • Have a valid state child care license that covers all ages served. You can learn more about state licensing regulations in your area by reviewing the National Database of Child Care Licensing.
  • Have a state licensing inspection report from within the last 12 months indicating that you had no disqualifying incidents. Navy Fee Assistance will view your report online but may ask you for a copy if they cannot access it.
  • Maintain certification in first aid and infant and child CPR.

Navy certified Child Development Home Providers participating in the WDCC Pilot must have a current certificate to operate.

Providers must agree to the following to participate in the program:

  • Be available 12 hours per day on Saturday and Sunday during scheduled drill weekends. Navy Fee Assistance will provide you the drill schedule for your location in advance.
  • Notify parents in your parent-provider contract of your reservation requirements and deadlines to schedule drill weekend child care.
  • Establish a cancellation or no-show policy, which may include a cancellation fee. We recommend your policy allow sponsors to cancel their reservation at least 10 calendar days in advance with no penalty; however, you may have a more permissive policy.
  • Charge parents no more than $3.00 per hour per child.
  • Submit a monthly invoice to and receive payments from Navy Fee Assistance. You will receive $12.00 per hour or partial hour, for each child in care, up to 24 hours per month on scheduled drill weekends.

Before you can receive benefit payments on behalf of a family, you must be approved to participate in the WDCC Pilot, and the family must submit a completed WDCC Cost Worksheet that has been signed by you and the sponsor.

Drill Weekend Child Care Pilot May Help Army Families

Finding the right child care for a service member’s non-traditional working hours can be challenging, especially for Guard and Reserve families leaving for scheduled drill weekends. Members of the Guard and Reserve components don’t have access to the variety of options that traditional service members do. The good news is that the Army has recognized the unique needs of these families and, last fall, rolled out a pilot program to provide no-cost child care for Army National Guard and Reserve service members.

Child Care Pilot Program to Address Needs of Soldiers

This long-requested pilot is an important step in helping Army families get the support they need, ensuring readiness for drilling soldiers as well as retention. Often a Guard or Reserve family won’t live near a base and must travel to meet their weekend drilling requirements. This can put an additional burden on the family to find weekend child care, especially in cases where the spouse is working, the parents are dual military or are a single service member parent.

Program Qualifications and Limitations

The pilot is currently available in six states: Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Mexico, Ohio, Virginia, and Washington. While there is no reported timeline for growth, the Army is hoping to add between 5-10 states per year and gradually expand to all states and territories.

TO QUALIFY: Families will need to enroll their child in DEERS and verify they meet one of the following conditions:

  • They are a single parent household
  • They are Dual military, with a spouse also drilling or deployed
  • The spouse is working during a drill weekend
  • The spouse is attending a class or training during the drill weekend

Additionally, the program is currently only available to children between the ages of 6-12.

For families interested in enrolling in the program, it’s important to note that registration is time-consuming and must be done at least two months in advance in order to ensure that child care is available for them.

Advocating For Future Expansion and Availability of Child Care

While the pilot program signifies the need for child care options for the Guard and Reserve families, there is an opportunity for more. NMFA will continue to support the growth of this program and other efforts to support Guard and Reserve Families, including:

  • Funding to support expansion into more states
  • Expanding the pool of providers so more options are available for weekend care,
    especially in rural areas
  • Expand eligibility for this program to children under the age of 6, where feasible

To learn more about this program, visit the ChildCare Aware of America website at ChildCareAware. org.


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Rostrud experts explained whether both parents can simultaneously take a day off to care for a disabled child.

The Agency recalls that the current rules for granting additional paid days off for the care of children with disabilities are approved by government decree No. 1048 dated 10/13/2014. partially used in the calendar month, the other parent (guardian, custodian) in the same calendar month is provided with the remaining additional paid days off.

Thus, both parents have the right to take a day off at the same time to care for a disabled child. At the same time, 4 additional days off per month in this case should be divided between the parents.

Such clarifications were given by Rostrud on its website, answering questions from employees and employers.

Please note that from September 1, 2023, a new procedure for providing additional paid days off for caring for children with disabilities will come into force.

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Is 4 additional days provided for the care of a disabled child to the father.

if the mother is on maternity leave with her second child – NTVP Kedr



or 4 additional days for the care of a disabled child to the father. if mom
is on maternity leave with a second child?

Lawyer’s answer

situations when an employee (father of a disabled child) applies to the employer with
a request for additional paid days off, and another
the parent (mother of the child) is on leave to care for the second child, the father
child retains the right to use four additional paid
days off during each calendar month. The employer is obliged to
provide, when the employee submits an application, as well as a certificate from the place
the other parent’s work on not using such days off. Help needed
present at each visit.

who is the parent, guardian or custodian of a child with a disability in
under the age of 18, is entitled to four additional paid days off
days during each calendar month (Article 262 of the Labor Code of the Russian Federation, p. p.
2, 8 Rules for providing additional paid days off for care
for children with disabilities (approved by Decree of the Government of the Russian Federation of 10/13/2014 N
1048) (hereinafter referred to as the Rules for granting days off)).

receiving additional days off to care for a disabled child to an employee
it is necessary to write an application for the provision of one of the parents (guardian,
caregiver) additional paid days off to care for
disabled children (the form was approved by Order of the Ministry of Labor of Russia dated 19.12.2014N
1055n). The frequency of filing an application is determined by agreement of the employee and
employer, depending on the need to use the specified days off
days (paragraph 2, clause 2 of the Rules for granting days off).

the employee must present a certificate from the place of work of the other parent (guardian,
trustee) that this calendar month additional days off
were not provided to him, and if they were provided, then the certificate should contain
their number is indicated.

paid days off are not provided to the parent (guardian, custodian) in
the period of his next annual paid leave, leave without saving
wages, parental leave until the child reaches the age of three
years. At the same time, the other parent (guardian, custodian) retains the right to
four additional paid days off.

does not contain a requirement to submit a certificate from the woman’s place of work stating that
that she is on leave to care for a child up to three years, provided
the father of the child for additional days off to care for a disabled child.
The current regulations establish a general requirement for all cases –
submission of a certificate from the other parent’s place of work on the non-use of such
days off.

the employer has the right to indicate in the certificate that additional days off for
care for a disabled child is not provided due to the presence of a worker
on leave to care for a child up to three years.

the fact that a certificate from the other parent’s place of work is presented to the employer
each time you apply for a holiday, this certificate
must also be submitted every time with an application for a holiday

…The father of a disabled child works in the organization. Every month he writes a statement
granting four additional days off. Second parent (his
wife, mother of the child) went on leave to care for the second child. Is it necessary
continue to provide the father of a disabled child with extra days off,
if the child’s mother (his wife) is at home? (Expert consultation, 2017)

way, if the employee of the organization is the father of a disabled child, and the spouse
the employee is currently on maternity leave with a second child,
then the father of the child is entitled, upon his written application, four additional
paid days off per month.

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An employee of the organization is the father of a disabled child (he is 2 years old).