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The team at Doggie Daycare Galway would like to take this opportunity during these very challenging times to say a big thank you to its loyal customers. Although life and business has begun to return to normal, times are still challenging for both people and businesses alike.
The BabyDoc Club parenting community reveal the real cost of baby, with the first in-depth survey of its kind in Ireland.
Women's participation in the workforce remains low because of "Ireland’s unaffordable childcare costs", and it will go lower unless the State introduces a universal public childcare system.
The Government must “step up and support” new parents who are being faced with an “unacceptable choice” between securing childcare and fully returning to work.
Founder and Managing Director of Grovelands Childcare, Athlone businesswoman, Regina Bushell, in her capacity as Chairperson of Seas Suas, the representative voice for independent early learning and care providers in Ireland, is advocating further additional financial assistance for the sector following the announcement by the Government of a €75 million stimulus package prior to the reopening of relevant service facilities on June 29.
Comments by the Health Minister that families will have to secure a “dig out” for getting childcare, shows the Government has a "derisory understanding" of the importance of childcare for working parents.
With more people slowly returning to work, "a cast iron guarantee" is needed that childcare for essential workers would return on June 29 as the Government "has promised".
The State's frontline workers are "our heroes at this time", and the Government has a duty to "make life as easy for them as possible", and must introduce the long promised childcare scheme.
It is a difficult time for our community, but life will return to normal, now is a good time to look forward and make choices to help yourself get new skills, up-skill or re-skill and be ready for a changed landscape.
Many childcare providers will be excluded under the Department of Children and Youth Affairs' new scheme to protect workers in the sector, while creches risk getting very little funding, or no funding at all.