Close To Home

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Close to Home There are to many daycares out there and can you really tell if these daycares are the ones you want to send your kid to? Well there are many ways one can go about finding a good daycare. You might want to rely on what an expert has to say but can they really tell you everything? You might be staring a murderer in the face while interviewing the so-called "babysitter"� but you wouldn't be able to tell the difference of whether or not she or he is the person you want. You might think that if you are sending your kid to a licensed daycare your child is as safe as can be but this is not always the case. There is always the exception that these daycares are better then unlicensed daycares. According to the Canadian Council On Social Development "1.5

million kids are sent to daycare under the age of 12"�. It is time to shed some light on what is really going on and what you should look for and not look for in a daycare centre. There is thought that licensed daycares are better then most unlicensed daycares, this might be generally true but it does not always hold up.

Daycares are more affordable then nannies and most other types of care giving so of course this will be the first place parent's look to send their kids. This is not the time to skip out on the money. The ideal place (must of the times) is to send your child to a daycare that costs more. This is because the more it cost the more, the employees are paid, the happier they are and in return better care giving. You will be glad that...