If you've recently become a single parent, whether by choice or circumstance, you may be struggling to manage all the parenting and household tasks that were once shared among two people. Being a single parent can also require a more accommodating daycare situation, especially if you work a full time job or multiple jobs that require long hours. Even if you're happy with your current daycare situation, it's important to periodically re-evaluate to ensure your daycare provider is meeting all your (and your child's) needs. [Read More]
Would An In-Home Care Program Or Child Care Center Be Better For Your Child?
When it comes to child care, you have a few options from which you can choose. In-home care and child care centers are popular options, but some parents have difficulty choosing between the two. If you are unsure whether or not your child should attend a child care center or an in-home care program, here is what you need to know. Why Choose a Child Care Center? There are several benefits that come with placing your child in a child care center. [Read More]
Play-Based Vs. Academic-Based: 3 Factors To Consider When Looking For A Preschool For Your Child
When your child is approaching the age of three, it might be time to start thinking about preschool. Preschool is not currently required for kids, but it can be helpful and fun for kids between the ages of three and five. As you begin looking for a preschool, you may find that there are two main types. One type offers play-based learning, while the other offers academic-style learning. If you are trying to decide between the two, here are three factors you should think about. [Read More]