Some families put their children in child care because they have to work and, therefore, they need someone to watch their child while they are at work. However, there are other families where putting their child in child care is something they choose to do because they do have the option of keeping them home all day. If you are wondering if you should put your child into child care, then read this article.
7 June 2021
Are you finally ready to return to the office after months of working from home? Whether your child was in daycare before your work-from-home days or this is their first time in toddler child care, take a look at the top ways to make this transition easy for everyone. Take Small Steps The constant togetherness the two of you have experienced in the past few months is a time you'll always treasure.
23 October 2020
When you work outside of the home or have many responsibilities in addition to being a parent, it can be hard to balance taking care of your child and making sure that you get everything else done. Many parents rely on child care programs to help care for their child during at least some of the workweek. If you need help, it may be time to enroll your child in a child care program.
12 June 2020
When you are turning to an after school child care program, you are placing a lot of trust in those who are running the program. While most daycare programs are very safe, if you are not sure, there are several positive signs you can look for that can indicate that a daycare program is safe. Licensed When an after school child care program is licensed, it will have safety standards that it will need to abide by.
30 December 2019
While ABA therapy, or applied behavioral analysis therapy, is often used in the treatment of dementia, borderline personality disorders, and obsessive-compulsive disorder, it is often referred to as the "gold standard" when it comes to treating autism. It can help improve social skills and may also help your child communicate better. An ABA therapy services provider uses positive reinforcement strategies to help your child to improve his or her learning and coping skills.
23 September 2019
The holidays come with extra-long to-do lists and enough stress to cause anyone to come undone. If you have kids in child care, you have a few extra things to remember. Here, you'll find a few tips to help to prevent you from losing your mind as you get through this crazy time of year. Know the Holiday Hours Your child's care center may not be open the same hours that they are typically open.
28 November 2018
Getting your child ready for daycare in the morning while also getting ready for work can be challenging, but it's made even worse if your child is resistant. Here are five tips to help you handle this: Show the Consequences of Procrastination: Don't be worried if your child skips breakfast. Just let your child's daycare provider know so that it can be made up for later in the day. It's better to teach your child the consequences of procrastination rather than trying to fight them in the morning.
28 November 2017