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Caregiving Resources at Virginia Tech

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Aligning caregiving information and resources with the needs of the Virginia Tech community

Frequently Asked Questions

Take a look at this helpful diagram from Child Care Aware of Virginia to help inform your choice:

For more information about options that may be right for you, review this comparison between Child Care Subsidy Program (CCSP) and Mixed Delivery (MD) programs. 

Age specific resources from the National Association for Education of Young Children (NAEYC): 

Below is a checklist developed by Child Care Aware of Virginia to help you know what to look for when choosing quality child care:

Click the "Child Care Partnership" dropdown found on this page for more information.

As part of our commitment to help Virginia Tech employees find balance between work and personal responsibilities, Hokie Wellness is pleased to provide child care options available locally. It is important to note that neither Hokie Wellness nor Virginia Tech are not endorsing any individual form of child care.

Parents are best qualified to choose child care arrangements for their children. As a parent, it is your responsibility to visit, interview, and check the references of each provider or center. 

The links found on this page can help make the process of selecting child care and finding assistance as easy as possible for the Virginia Tech community.

The Dependent Care Travel Grant Program is a pilot program developed by the Office of the Executive Vice President and Provost to reduce the barriers to caregivers for attending work events that require travel. For more information, review the flyer below:

University organizations, centers, and the Graduate School offer several services and programs aimed at supporting families and making work-life balance a little easier. Visit this page to read about a few of them.

Explore additional resources:

All Virginia Tech policies are available on the policy website. Following are specific university and state policies that reference caregiving, including child and adult care:

Virginia Tech policies:

Virginia Department of Human Resource Management policies: 

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