For busy parents, choosing the best type of home child-care can be challenging.
More and more parents are finding that they prefer the cozy setting and personal touches of home daycare or group home daycare to traditional preschools or daycare centers.
Home childcare providers are professional childcare workers who offer children safe, good quality care in the caregiver’s own home. This type of childcare provides the children with play and learning opportunities that contribute to their development, inside a home environment where they feel safe.
"Day Care"'s home child care program is child care in a “family style” setting with flexible hours, family grouping, and the opportunity for siblings to be in child care together. The caregiver develops a well-rounded program for the children, with tasks and activities both in the home and outdoors.
We have been providing quality, trusted, flexible home childcare services for many years.
Our advantages are:
* Limited number of children ineach home
* Convenient location in your community
* Flexible hours/days of care
* Compliance with Municipal fire, health, and other regulations
* Caregivers fully trained to meet the needs of children and families
We understand what parents want when it comes to childcare. Our program is designed for parents to flex around their working hours or study schedule. Our registered childcare is useful for parents looking for flexible childcare solutions, whether you are in need of full day or part-time childcare. Our childcare is provided in the home of the caregiver.
Our goal is to provide an affordable, valued and professional childcare service which is accessible to all families, and enjoyed by all children. Our payment options will suit your household budget, regardless of your income.
Our home childcare service enables parents to have their children cared for in a home setting. Parents may be eligible for financial help towards the cost, for example, through the Working Tax Credit or NICs, and tax-exempt childcare vouchers.
Each home is unique, and therefore the program varies from home to home. Families can usually expect a small number of children, snacks and hot lunches, sibling placements, participation in play groups, and escorting to and from the local school.
Many homes also offer flexible hours that can often accommodate families who work various shifts or who need part-time, weekend or overnight care.