Licensed Home Daycare means all the peace of mind that comes from being State of Florida approved and monitored, without the high costs of sending your child to a facility.
Licensed Home daycare means …
The Operator Has Been Background Checked.
The Operator is Red Cross Certified in CPR and First Aide for Infants and Toddlers.
The Operator must meet all ongoing continuing education requirements of the State.
The Home is Regularly Inspected by State Officials for safety and cleanliness.
The Meals, breakfast, lunch and dinner are all U.S.D.A. approved.
And importantly, Licensed Home Daycare means you don’t have to pay crazy amounts to keep your child safe and well cared for. Call 904-518-7770. now and learn how you can have the best care for your child while saving money. Try State of Florida licensed Home Day Care
Most home daycares have only a small group of children, something most centers can’t guarantee.A smaller group means your child is more likely to get the one-on-one attention he needs and deserves.
Daycare centers, no matter how child-friendly and welcoming, can sometimes seem institutional, home daycare can be the next best thing to your own home. If you’re lucky enough to find a good home care provider in your neighborhood, so much the better — your child will feel even more at home.
Plus, a home daycare is often the least expensive childcare option next to someone in the family keeping your child. While some home daycare providers charge as much as centers, that’s not usually the case.
From a practical viewpoint, home care also offers a few things centers can’t. A home daycare may be more flexible about pickup and drop-off times and less likely than a center to charge you for every minute you’re late. Home daycares also tend to close for fewer holidays than most centers, so you may not have to scramble for last minute backup care.
Finally, most home daycare providers are moms or grand-moms themselves, so you know you’re leaving your child with someone familiar with the basics of baby and child care and who has a the mothering instinct. Of course, you and your provider may differ on some childrearing issues, but as long as you find someone with whom you share basic care philosophies, the “mom” factor can be a definite advantage.
Daycare vouchers are certificates issued to eligible families which can be used to pay for child care services in order to enable the parents to work or to get training to be able to work. Daycare vouchers are used by families who are transitioning from welfare and need to keep their employment to continue to be off from welfare. The daycare voucher program is a tool to devolve families from continuously availing of TANF benefits and keep them in the workforce.
Call Ms. Verna at 904-518-7770 for more information.