NAFCC Accreditation Annual Update
The annual updates are a vehicle for provider's to assess themselves and their program for compliance with the Quality Standards for NAFCC Accreditation, ensure compliance with eligibility requirements, and report continued professional development and quality improvement.


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  • Please refer to the NAFCC Quality Standards and NAFCC Accreditation Eligibility Requirements available at www.nafcc.org.
    1. I certify that I continue to meet the Quality Standards for NAFCC Accreditation.
    2. I certify that I continue to meet all accreditation eligibility requirements.
    3. I understand that the National Association for Family Child Care has the right to revoke accreditation if non-compliance of the Quality Standards is determined and/or if eligibility is not met. I also understand modifying or amending the documentation in anyway may result in accreditation becoming null and void.
  • Refer to your eligibility documentation checklist and submit those items that have expired. Remember to make sure we have background checks for adults 18 and older living in the home, assistants, and substitutes. Please list assistants, substitutes and adults below.
  • All licensing reports from last year.
  • If you have had any formal complaints or areas of non-compliance against your family child care home please include an explanation giving complete details of the complaints or areas of non-compliance, outcome, when, what, how resolved, as well as copies of all correspondence from the regulatory office.
  • No training is required to submit your annual update. However, we recommend submitting any training you have taken since you applied for accreditation (if this is your first update) or since you submitted your 1st update (if this is your 2nd update). A copy of your training registries, certificates, and/or transcripts must be included.
  • Name
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    An adult living in the home is defined as an individual residing in the family child care home that is over age 18. If no adults are living in the home, write none.

  • Name
    Name
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    A substitute is defined as a person who is left in charge of children, when the provider or an assistant is absent. Substitutes must meet the qualifications described in the Quality Standards. If no substitutes, write none.
  • Name
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    Name
    An assistant is defined as an assistant to the provider works with and under the supervision of the provider. An assistant must be age 16 or older. The assistant is not left in charge of the children unless he or she meets all the qualifications of a substitute. If no assistants, write none.
  • List other Adults, Substitutes, and Assistants, if any. Please included their relationship to the program.
    State and Federal Background checks must be submitted for adults, substitutes, and assistants.
  • Standard 1
    Standard 2
    Standard 3
    List 3 Quality Standards you chose to improve and describe what actions you have taken to more fully meet them. Use the standards listed on your accreditation award letter. If none were listed or you reported on them in your 1st year update, choose 3 on your own. Use the space provided above.
  • Education/Training 1
    Education/ Training 2
    Describe two specific things you learned from the training/education this year and how this knowledge positively impacted your family child care program. Use the space provided above.
  • If you have moved you can transfer your accreditation to your new address. Please contact your specialist at 801-866-2322 ext. 3196 or accreditation@nafcc.org for more information.
  • Payment is non-refundable and non-transferable.
  • Payment is non-refundable and non-transferable.
  • Payment is non-refundable and non-transferable.
  • Authorization letters are only for those who have an agency paying for their membership or accreditation.
  • Authorization letters are only for those who have an agency paying for their membership or accreditation.