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2018 GPRM-AAG Annual Meeting

AAG Childcare Subsidy Program

The AAG provides limited reimbursement to registered conference attendees to subsidize part of the necessary child care expenses incurred during the meeting at a licensed child care agency/provider up to a maximum of $150.  Reimbursement forms should be submitted to the conference chairs after the regional meeting along with original receipts that clearly show the hourly or daily rate and the number of hours for each day.  The regional chairs will forward these materials to the AAG who will process each request and issue a check that will be mailed to you. 

Total subsidy is limited to $150 per family. Reimbursement is only available for childcare on-site at the Albuquerque meeting. No reimbursement is made for childcare at your home while you attending the conference or for childcare provided by anyone other than a licensed childcare agency / provider. All childcare arrangements should be made by the individual attendee.

The AAG and its regional divisions do not endorse, recommend, or promote any one agency. Responsibility for selection and investigation of an agency’s or provider's credentials is the sole responsibility of the child’s parent or guardian.

Download and complete the childcare subsidy form which includes information about how to contact agencies in the Albuquerque area.  Attach original receipts to this form and mail to the following address to begin the reimbursement process: 

AAG-GPRM 2018 Childcare Subsidy Program
Department of Geography
1002 Seaton Hall
Kansas State University
Manhattan, KS  66506-2904

Find a Licensed Childcare Provider

Visit Child Care Aware for assistance locating child care or call toll free 877-678-2548 to request a list of child care facilities in the Manhattan area.  The online information system is a tool to support families in making informed child care choices and can be used to review compliance history of a current or potential child care provider.  The Kansas Department of Health and Environment maintains inspected results for licensed child care facilities in Kansas.