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Operations and Logistics
What are your hours of operation?
What are your costs and what’s included?
Do you currently have openings?
Can I choose from a full-time or part-time schedule?
Do I pay for days that I do not use (sickness or travel)?
On which days is the program closed?
Is feeding scheduled or on demand?
How can we secure a spot for our baby?
What type of enrichment do you provide infants?
Where do infants spend the majority of their time?
Can you describe a typical day for an infant in your program?
Are infants grouped by age or developmental level?
Do infants receive supervised rest/nap time?
How is discipline handled?
How much time is spent reading to the infants?
Can parents participate in program planning?
Does music play a role in the curriculum?
Will I receive daily reports about my child?
All parents want the best for baby, meaning the best daycare centers can fill up quickly. Get a
jumpstart on finding the perfect daycare facility for your little one. This checklist can help.
i don't think i'll be sending Eve to any time of outside-of-my-family care until she can walk and talk. and by "outside-of-my-family" i mean "my parents, Nate, and my grandparents". i am going to be very picky and borderline offensive with who's allowed alone, unsupervised, with my daughter.
fun fact: i'm recycling my babysitter as well as my pediatrician she said she'd watch Eve at the rate she watched me for, which is considerably cheaper than her current rates.
Another good question is how do they handle illness. Meaning, do they send home for just a runny nose or diarrhea or what criteria do they have for sending home? And if your child is sick where do they put them while they wait for pickup?