Improving the financial outlook of your service after the Covid shock

financial changes for ECE servicesHere you can learn what early childhood services are doing to improve their financial situations following the Covid-19 crisis.

On this page you can find out what centres and home-based services are doing in respect of:

  • fees,
  • staffing,
  • ways that they are cutting back on spending (or not),
  • marketing approaches and new markets being targeted, and
  • new responsibilities being taken up to support parents and families and retain existing children.

The insight this provides will be helpful for everyone who is seeking to improve their service's financial outlook.

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