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Activating Your Account

The first step for using I-LEAD is to ensure that you have an activated I-LEAD account. Learn more about this process below.

What do I do with my I-LEAD invitation email?

Provider admins with existing accounts in the Child Care Information System (CCIS) receive an automatic invitation via email to join I-LEAD at system launch.

Educators who have been invited to I-LEAD by their site’s provider admin will receive an invitation via email to join I-LEAD.

For either user type, the email includes a link to activate the user account. Follow the steps below to activate:

  • Click the button that says “Confirm Account.” This will direct you to the “Welcome to FSSA” webpage.
  • At this webpage, you can complete your account activation process.

To successfully use the email activation link, users must verify their accounts within three days.

My I-LEAD invitation expired. What do I do next?

If your activation email link has expired, visit ILEAD.in.gov to request a new invitation using the email address at which you received your original activation email.

Visit the I-LEAD home page at iLEAD.in.gov and click on the text that says, “Received an invite?” This will take you to a page where you can resend the invitation to your email. Educators can also ask your director to resend the I-LEAD invitation.

What if I didn’t receive an I-LEAD activation email?

Educators who are currently employed in a child care program should request that their program admin invite them to the child care program site’s I-LEAD account.

If you are not currently working in a child care program or would like to open a child care business, visit the I-LEAD login page. Then, create a guest account by clicking “Log In” and following the account registration steps.

Video Guide for Activating Your Account

Need Additional Help?

Get in touch with the solution center by using our online form or calling 800-299-1627.

Updated on July 11, 2019

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