Welcome to Using MCC 2.0: Day 1 Essentials

Welcome to Using MCC 2.0: Day 1 Essentials

Welcome to Using MCC 2.0: Day 1 Essentials for SAC Call in number: United States (Toll Free): 1 877 309 2073 United States: +1 (571) 317-3129 Access Code: 922-757-157 Technical Support & Asking Questions Adobe Q&A Pod

2 GoToMeeting Chat Window WEBINAR OBJECTIVES 3 Objectives 4 Have information you need to perform day 1

actions Introduce MCC 2.0 and highlight key changes Learn about the family household profile and new search features Learn how to perform placement activities Have a basic understanding of waitlist and reports Share training resources and support OVERVIEW OF MCC 2.0 5

What is MCC 2.0? Expanded functionality with major system-wide changes for families and programs Transition to new hosting facility (Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA)) Migration to a new database platform that is more robust and flexible for future enhancements MCC Coordinators validated program profile, care option, and program user data Forward any questions to the MCC Coordinator 6

Training Expectations Will share a lot of new information Changes align with how you operate today Once you learn a few new terms and concepts, system actions will be easier and more intuitive MCC Central Training Center has been redesigned and updated to house all materials needed 7 CORE CHANGES:

FCC PROGRAM 8 FCC Program FCC Program Provides administrative oversight for the installations FCC providers FCC Provider Provides care for eligible families in the home

MCC 2.0 setup One FCC Program profile Linked to each individual FCC provider profiles 9 Installation FCC Program FCC Providers FCC Provider

FCC Provider FCC Program (cont.) Families can place a request for A specific provider Any provider Benefits of selecting any provider Requests are automatically placed for new providers

Families manage a single request for FCC 10 CORE CHANGES: MCC CARE STRUCTURE 11 MCC Care Structure Foundation for MCC, driving the request for care process Aligns with how programs

operate Fewer care options with more flexibility 314 care options in 1.x 13 care options in MCC 2.0 Authorized program users setup Care Structure details in 12 Program or Provider Profile MCC Care Structure (cont.) Each program is identified as one or more program types: CDC, SAC,

FCC, 24/7 Program type defines which care types are available (e.g., full-day care, part-day care) Care type determines which care options and care offerings are available 13 Offerings: School Year Care Families need consistent care during the school year

Families select Before School, After School, or both Includes school out days & seasonal camps (fall, winter, spring) Families need ad hoc care during the school year Families select school out days & seasonal camps individually 14 Offerings: School Year (cont.) Program users make

full or partial offers for offerings (e.g., Before/After School) Families can accept the full offer or deselect an offering Families can accept the partial offer or wait for a full offer 15 Offerings: Summer Camp

Families submit a single request and select weeks needed Families can update weeks requested Program users can make full or partial offers Families receive 1 offer notification, specifying the weeks offered Families can accept all or some of the weeks offered 16

MCC Care Structure: SAC 17 CORE CHANGES: GRADES 18 Grades in MCC School age care is restricted to K-7 Aligns with the DoDI while better supporting SAC offer processes

Exceptions can be made to serve children in the 8 th grade Plan to use grades in the request and offer process for all school age care options Grade information must be collected before being fully implemented in the request and offer process Do not use grades for 2019 Summer Camp Use grades for 2020-2021 school year 19 Grades in MCC (cont.)

Care Options Existing school year care options specify grades New school year care options must be setup with grades Requests Families will add grade information to existing requests during the reconfirm process Families must include the childs grade when making new requests for school age care 20

CORE CHANGES: APT 21 APT in MCC 2.0 Provides information to families about when they may receive child care, so they can make informed decisions about where to place child care requests APT is available for Full-day & 24/7 care types CDC, 24/7, and FCC Program APT will not be available for

School year & summer camp: include industry best practice of registration and offer periods (post 2.0) FCC providers: instead, APT will be displayed at the FCC Program level Part-day & extended care: individual schedules does not provide enough consistency to estimate placement time 22 PROGRAM PROFILE CHANGES 23 Program Profile Changes

New program profile update process Any information saved to an active CDC, SAC or 24/7 profile will immediately be visible to families Permissions to update program profiles are now restricted to the MCC Coordinator New program profile request process MCC Coordinator submits the new program request form to Support Desk Support Desk will align data in MCC and IMS so inspection reports display in MCC 24

FAMILY HOUSEHOLD & SEARCH 25 Family Component Redesign MCC empowers families to take actions for themselves Is intuitive and easy to use Onscreen tips help families understand how to enter information

Now works on mobile devices Now shares priority as well as family type 26 Video Overview of Household Profile & Introduction to Family Search for Care 27 MCC DASHBOARD

28 Program User Login & Navigation To log on, select the Program Login link at the bottom right corner Staff must log in with a CAC 29 My MCC Dashboard: Clerk/Director

MY MCC Dashboard is your activity hub Task-based links to access specific actions 30 My MCC Dashboard Tabs: Clerk/Director Three tabs:

My MCC Dashboard Reports Management household profile program profile 31 My MCC Dashboard Buttons: Clerk/Director Make Offer: Describe space &

make offer (SYC) Manage Placement List: Track, manage, and complete offers (SYC) Manage Summer Camp: describe space, make offer, track, manage, and complete offers (SC) Find Household: Access households and requests View Waitlist: Access waitlist View Reports: Access report

32 interface PLACEMENT PROCESS 33 Early and Partial Offer Early Offer: The start date is before the familys DCN. Family can (a) accept and start early; (b) decline and wait for a later offer; or (c) decline and be removed from the waitlist. Partial Offer: The offer does not meet the familys entire need. Family can (a) accept and wait for the remaining

part(s) of the request, (b) decline and wait for a full offer, or (c) decline and be removed from the waitlist. Early and Partial Offer: If a family receives an early, partial offer, they can (a) accept the offer; (b) decline and wait until the DCN; (c) decline and wait for a full offer; (d) select both to decline and wait until their DCN and for a full offer; or (e) decline and be removed from the waitlist. 34 Overview: Placement Activities for School Year Care 1. Make Offer

Select Make Offer from the dashboard, describe the available space, and send offers to families in sequence, based on your number of spaces 2. Manage Offer Monitor the Placement List to learn of the familys decision to accept, decline, or let the offer expire without a response 3. Validate Eligibility & Priority Prior to starting the enrollment process, validate eligibility and priority. If the family type is incorrect in MCC, update it and only move forward with the enrollment process if the family is still sequenced first

4. Complete Offer Document whether or not the child started care, and enter the actual start date for children who did start 35 Step 1: Make Offer (SYC) Select Make Offer button from My MCC Dashboard Describe the space available, including care option, age group or age range, start date, transportation

Make offer to family sequenced first Family is notified of the offer via an email from the system and a notification on their dashboard 36 Step 2: Manage Offer (SYC) Family has two business days to respond Monitor the Placement List Take action based on familys response: Family accepts offer: validate eligibility and priority before moving forward with enrollment procedures

Family declines offer, offer expires, family waits for full offer, family waits for a later offer: make another offer 37 Step 3: Validate Eligibility & Priority 1 Validate eligibility If not eligible, remove offer, delete household & requests

If eligible, validate priority Validate military family type If incorrect, update family type in MCC & recheck sequence If correct, move forward with enrollment process 38 Validate

eligibility 2 Validate military family type Family not eligible Family type incorrect

Family type correct Delete household (and all requests) Update family type and recheck sequence

Continue enrollment process Step 4: Complete Offer (SYC) Complete offer to document if the child started care or not When to complete an offer On or after the childs first day at the program When you learn the family does not wish to complete the enrollment process

How to complete an offer Enter childs actual start date or Enter that child did not start 39 Video Overview of the School Year Placement Process 40

OVERVIEW: PLACEMENT ACTIVITIES FOR SUMMER CAMP 41 Overview: Placement Activities for Summer Camp 1. Make First Batch of Offers Select Manage Summer Camp from the dashboard, select the care option, enter the number of spaces available and send offers to the families sequenced first on your waitlist 2. Manage Offer Review the summer camp Make Offer list to track the offer responses

3. Make Subsequent Batch of Offers Select the Manage Summer Camp button to make offers to fill remaining spaces 4. Validate Eligibility & Priority Prior to starting the enrollment process, validate eligibility and priority. If the family type is incorrect in MCC, update it and only move forward with the enrollment process if the family is still sequenced first 42 5. Complete Offer

To maintain visibility of summer camp requests and their status, complete summer camp requests at the end of the summer. Step 1: Make First Batch of Offers (SC) Select Manage Summer Camp from the My MCC Dashboard Describe the space available, including care option and number of spaces for each week Use auto-fill to make full offers in bulk based on the number of spaces available Families are notified of the offer via an email from the system and a notification on their

dashboard 43 Step 2: Manage Offers (SC) Families have two business days to respond Review the summer camp Make Offer list to monitor responses Take action based on familys response: 44 Family accepts offer for all weeks of camp: begin

enrollment process Family accepts some weeks and declines other weeks: begin enrollment process & make offers for declined spaces during next offer batch Family declines offer or the offer expires: make offers during next offer batch Step 3: Make Subsequent Offers (SC) Select Manage Summer Camp button from the dashboard Make Offer list identifies number of accepted offers so you can easily identify how many

spaces need to be filled Make full and partial offers to fill remaining spaces 45 Step 4: Validate Eligibility & Priority 1 Validate eligibility Validate

eligibility If not eligible, delete household & requests If eligible, validate priority Validate military family type If incorrect, update family type in MCC & recheck sequence If correct, move forward

with placement process 46 2 Validate military family type Family not eligible Family type

incorrect Family type correct Delete household (and all requests) Update family type and recheck

sequence Continue enrollment process Step 5: Complete Offers (SC) Complete offers to document if the child started care or not Complete offers in bulk at the end of summer How to complete offers For children who attended summer camp: use the

Manage Summer Camp feature to complete offers in bulk For children who accepted, but never attended any summer camp week: use the Placement List to indicate the child did not start care 47 Video Overview of the Summer Camp Placement Process 48

WAITLIST 49 Waitlist Use Waitlist to Answer questions from families about whether they are on the waitlist Identify children with IAT details Export the waitlist in preparation for planned outages Filter to generate list

50 Waitlist Data Program users can view Requests for your specific program (CDC, 24/7, SAC) Requests for (a) other programs or (b) providers within that same installation Goal of new transparency: provide program users with the full picture of child care needs and requests for the family No action can be taken on requests placed at

another provider or facility-based program 51 Waitlist Display See basic information for each child & select arrow to expand row to see request details Export the waitlist 52 REPORTS 53

Report Categories There are four categories of reports: Performance: information about children with immediate and unmet needs, as well as placement and wait times for performance reporting Waitlist: monitor and analyze waitlist activity, including information about all requests and the associated children on waitlists Operational: information to support monitoring of common request for care activities Legacy: access archived historical reports when a data call

requires a report date prior to March 24, 2018 54 WRAP UP 55 MCC Central Training Center MCC Central is a centralized location for all MCC resources Redesigned MCC Central Training Center with everything program users need to use MCC Content includes Training Courses

Reference Guides (HTML) Webinar Library Video Library Tools (glossary, search, resources) Print HTML pages or download and print entire reference guide from Tools/Resources 56 Getting Started with the MCC Central Training Center Webinar recording and PPT slides will be posted to

the Training Center in MCC Central Resources to help you support families First-time Login handout, MCC Central Take Action on a Familys Behalf, MCC Central How a Family uses MCC, MCC Central FAQs for Families, MCC Online Reference Guide Browse All Topics to become familiar with content areas 57 MCC Support Desk MCC Support Desk

[email protected] 855.696.2934 58 THANK YOU! 59

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