Child Care Subsidy: Income & Need Factor

The clients are a grandmother and grandfather who have legal guardianship of their 5-year-old grandson. The court order does not state they are legally and financially responsible for the child. In this case, what income and need factor is considered for the case?
A mother is applying for child care for her 8 year old daughter, Susie. The mother’s boyfriend also lives in the home with his 10-year-old child, Fred. Whose income and need factor are considered for this child care case?
A mother is applying for child care for her two youngest children. The mother and father live with their three children. Ages 2, 10, and 18. The 18-year-old is still in high school and in the 12th grade. Whose income and need factor are considered for this child care case?
A mother is applying for child care for her 2 children, ages 4 and 6. Her ex-husband, who is not the father of the children, also lives in the home. The mother’s 12-year old sister also resides in the household. What income and need factor are considered for this child care case?
Sarah, a 15-year-old mother, is requesting child care for her newborn. Sarah lives with her mother, Jan, and Sarah’s 2 younger siblings. Whose income and need factor are considered for this child care case?

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