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Florida Association for Child Care Management


Location: Florida

Child care associations promote the education and well-being of children, families, and child care providers.

The Florida Association for Child Care Management (FACCM) aims to be the leading association in the field of early education. FACCM gives educators, as well as directors, tools to enhance their professional development as well as their programs. The FACCM strives to provide the tools and education to allow centers to be leaders, to be vibrate and exciting, as well as to maintain the highest level of professionalism and quality. To ensure that the FACCM provides the appropriate support to all types of centers and programs, the board consists of various members of the early education industry, from owners and operators to child advocated that volunteer their time to enhance the lives of children. By combining such a variety of voices, FACCM enhances the skills, knowledge and ability of all within the field.

Members of the FACCM receive various benefits as being part of the association, with the most important being able to be the unified voice of children. To ensure members are able to achieve their goals of enhancing the lives and education of children, training opportunities are offered as well as receiving business support and accreditation's'.

FACCM believes that to maintain their success, transparency is key. A clear goal and vision is articulated to all members. By maintaining a clear goal, all members are able to work simultaneously while maintaining communication with one another. The FACCM encourages engagement between members, they do so through forums, events, and board meetings. By working together and communicating, the FACCM and their members become result oriented and continue to achieve their vision.

For more information visit the Florida Association for Child Care Management website.

Lillio's work involves collaborating with early care and education associations
to support their efforts in teacher empowerment and parent engagement