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Frequently Asked Questions


Frequently Asked Questions

Finding qualified, experienced and reliable daycare providers for your children can take a lot of patience and hard work, but more importantly, it requires that you, the parent, know which questions to ask and what to look for when visiting daycare facilities.

Your child’s well-being is too important to make a decision on which daycare provider to choose without the proper information. Here are a few tips to help you in your decision. Please do not hesitate to contact Us, if you would like more information.

  • Q. How can I tell if the Kidz Club Daycare provider I am interested in is good or bad?

    A good daycare provider should care about your child’s development as much as his or her safety and comfort while in their care. There are important components to consider to establish the daycare provider’s commitment to the children they look after:
    • Provider has an age-appropriate teaching curriculum?
    • Children to daycare provider ratio
    • Frequency of reports / communication with parents
    • Health, nutrition and safety
  • Q. What questions should I ask when visiting daycare providers?

    You should always visit daycare providers armed with a list of questions. Here are the most important things you should know:
    • Staff has first aid and child CPR certifications?
    • What learning activities and games are on the schedule?
    • How you handle matters of discipline and conflict resolution?
    • How the daycare providers handle your child’s special needs?
  • Q. How can I make sure that the answers to my questions are true?

    Unless you stay with your child at the daycare every day, there is no way to be absolutely sure that the daycare provider you have chosen does everything they say they will. There is however a few things you can do that will go a long way towards convincing you that they have answered your questions truthfully:
    • Ask for references, and check every one of them. A legitimate and qualified daycare provider will have references ready for you.
    • Ask to observe daycare activities. Legitimate centers will be happy to let you observe their daily routines.