3 Things To Look For In A Good Preschool
7 December 2017
When it comes time for your child to attend preschool, it is important that you find a preschool program that is well suited to them. This can make all of the difference in the world for how they view preschool and even school in general because this is likely their first time attending any kind of school. Thankfully, there are certain things that you can look for and do to make sure that a preschool is a good fit for your child.
What To Look For In A Daycare Facility For A Physically Disabled Child
20 June 2016
When your child has a physical disability but no developmental issues, a regular daycare can be an excellent option to help them integrate with their peers. The issue is that you will need to make sure that the facility you choose is still able to meet the needs of your child. The following guide can help you determine what to look for when picking out the facility.
Is the building fully accessible?
4 Reasons To Look For A Child Care Program That Includes Art Education
18 November 2015
When shopping around for child care, choosing the best program requires you to look deeper than just the price and the qualifications of the caretakers. Whether your child is still an infant or almost old enough to stay home alone, care programs integrating art education can pay off years from now. Since your child is already spending hours a day at a daycare program, making sure that program includes art results in these four important benefits.
How to Decrease Separation Anxiety When You Drop Your Child Off at Daycare
2 September 2015
One of the hardest things about being a parent is going back to work after your maternity or paternity leave is finished or after your child is old enough for you to feel comfortable sending him or her to daycare. You are leaving your child in a strange place and, regardless of the child's age, you both will have a difficult time performing this action. Your child might scream and cry and you might find yourself extremely worried about him or her to the point of distraction.