Webinar: How Safe Is Backup Care During COVID-19?

Did you know that Care.com pre-screens your backup care providers?

In-home backup caregivers are vetted and required to complete orientation and health and safety training. Their screening process includes child care reference checks, video or in-person interviews, a criminal background check, the National Sex Offender Registry public website check, name and address verification via SSN, and U.S. work eligibility verification.

Dedicated Care.com staff also thoroughly vets each child care center before it becomes an approved backup care center in our network. Centers must be state licensed, perform criminal background checks on the teachers and staff they employ, check against the National Sex Offender Registry, check against Central Abuse and Neglect Registry, and confirm eligibility to work in the U.S.

Read about your backup care benefits and attend a live webinar on Friday, April 17, at noon, to learn more about your Care.com benefits. Register online and the Family Services Team will send you meeting information.