As a family child care provider you can refuse to offer care to a family because of the family's religion. True or False?
It's illegal to discriminate against a family because of their religion. You can, however, practice your own religious activities in your program. If a mother doesn't want her child to celebrate Christmas in your program you can offer to accommodate the family by telling the parent she can keep her child home when you conduct Christmas activities with the children. The mother cannot force you to stop conducting religious activities.