Usually, when a provider thinks about starting their childcare they think about all the things they want to do. We have grand plans for curriculum and caring for the children we hope to get. We probably rarely think about what are some things we don’t want to do. Well, today I’m going there. Here are some things that I stopped doing at my Childcare … and why.
One of the first things I hear from providers is “what can they do to get tuition payments in on time”. If you are a childcare provider I am almost certain you are saying a big AMEN right here. Which is one of the reasons I write about this issue regularly. Well today I have a few EASY suggestions for how to encourage clients to get tuition on time EVERY WEEK!
Has this ever happened to you: you’re changing a diaper and the doorbell rings. You’re in the middle of everything and just can’t stop to run to the door. You can either take a bare butt baby to the door with you (not a good look) or you can make whoever is at the door wait. What do you do when you can’t answer the door?