Child Care Subsidy: Household Composition

You receive an application for child care subsidy for a 15-year-old named Misty. Misty and her 6-month-old-baby, Bubba, live with Misty’s mother, Mary. Misty is an unemployed high school student who receives $200/month child support for Bubba. Misty’s high school class times are 7:50 a.m. to 2:20 p.m., M-F. Mary works part-time, M-F, 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. She earns a gross monthly income of $645. What income(s) and need factor(s) will need to be considered for this household for child care?
Betty is in the office applying for child care for her grandson Keith. Betty resides with Keith and her spouse Oscar (who is not Keith’s biological grandfather). Betty works full-time as the manager of a clothing factory. Oscar is a retired painter. Which scenario is correct concerning the household’s eligibility for child care?
Winona is caring for her granddaughter Sandy while her son Robert is away at a 3-month military training. Sandy’s mother, Jo, lives in another state. Robert and Jo are divorced and Robert has sole custody of Sandy. Which of the following scenarios is correct for this household?
The household is comprised of a biological father, Greg, step-mother, Jessica, and the following children: JT (9), Travis (11), and Blake (19). Greg is employed M-F, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. with a gross income of $1500/month. Jessica is employed M, W, F, 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. with a gross monthly income of $850. Blake attends a local junior college and works 20 hours / week with a gross monthly income of $723. Greg is requesting after school care for JT only. Which of the following statements is true regarding this household?
A child lives with one parent for part of the month and a caretaker for the rest of the month. Which statement is accurate?
Grandma and grandpa have legal guardianship of their 5-year-old grandson while the child’s mother is incarcerated. Mom moves in to her parent’s home after her release from prison. What is the correct household composition for this case?
Mom is applying for child care for only her 8 year old child. Mom’s boyfriend also lives in the home with his 10-year-old child. Additionally, the couple has a 2-year-old child in common who resides in the home. What is the correct household composition for this case?
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