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?
It is rather typical for parents to ask lots of questions during a tour or even before they come for the tour. Understandably, they want to know certain things about a caregiver. Or they want information about the childcare program to see if they might be interested in enrolling. Most providers are willing and prepared to answer parents questions to help them decide if their program is a good fit for a family. Questions Childcare Providers Should Ask
Today I want to address some questions the provider may want to inquire about a potential client. These are questions that could help the provider decide if they want to accept a family before enrolling them. Here are 10 good questions childcare providers should ask before enrolling. [Read more…]
Before I started my childcare 13 years ago, I had the opportunity to do an internship at a childcare. It was a great experience. The program was corporate funded and seem to have the resources needed to run a quality program. One of the practices I especially liked was that they offered Daily Notes. Through these notes, parents were given a glimpse into their child’s day in care. I liked the practice so much that I decided to do the same when I started my business. [Read more…]