4 Things To Know About Drop-In Childcare

6 December 2017
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If you have an unpredictable or untraditional work schedule, it can be difficult to work with a traditional childcare provider that runs on more of a traditional, 7 am to 5 or 6 pm schedule. When you work an unpredictable or untraditional work schedule, you need a child care provider that can work with your schedule. #1 Call Ahead Even when working with a drop-in daycare, it is still smart to call ahead once you know your schedule and let them know what your needs will be, even if you can only give them short notice. Read More 

Dealing with Separation Anxiety When Dropping Your Child Off at Daycare

7 July 2015
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Some kids tend to struggle with anxiety when their parents leave them. It is a common emotion that is experienced among many children, typically around the ages of 8 to 14 months. The fear the child has of being separated from their parent or caregiver can cause feelings of unease for everyone, including the parents and daycare workers. It is important to address the issue rather than neglect it in order to overcome it in a quicker manner. Read More 

Learn How To Choose A Daycare For A Child With A Severe Allergy To Something

12 May 2015
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If you have a child that suffers from a severe allergy to certain foods or chemicals, you want to be sure that they are as safe as possible at all times. When you go to work, you need to have someone taking care of them. If you do not have family or friends in the area that can do the job for you that may mean you have to send your child to a daycare. Read More 

3 Signs Of A Bad Child Care Facility

26 February 2015
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When it comes to choosing child care for your children, you may already have heard about how to find the right child care facility. Of course, you need to check on their reputation, be sure that you are comfortable with the staff and more. However, you may not know of some of the bad signs to look for. Knowing how to find the bad signs in a facility are important when visiting all facilities to ensuring that you choose the best care for your children possible. Read More 

How To Prevent Illness And Infection In Preschool

20 February 2015
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Chances are if your toddler becomes ill, not only does he have to stay home from school, you have to stay home as well. The loss of income can be damaging to your pocketbook if the day off is unpaid. Sickness happens, but if it's happening all the time, there may be a problem with illnesses spreading throughout your child's preschool. There can be ways to prevent the spread of infections and illnesses. Read More