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Canadian Child care / daycare news / day care or day home for 17 months old baby
« Last post by rina on March 24, 2015, 07:28:03 PM »
I need a day care or a day home for my 17 months old baby from may. I myself have level 3 certification so willing to work too. But will require subsidy.
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I bring to the daycare my experience and my lovely safe home. I have intigrated the montesori method and materials in the daily program that makes learning easy and fun. Daycare is on Main level having the advantages of natural light.
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Running a Daycare / how to let a family go?
« Last post by dayhomemomof3 on March 19, 2015, 11:58:51 AM »
good morning, I have been running my day home for the last 15 years and never have had to let a family go yet.  I am thankful I have had all amazing families so far.  but I am looking at letting a p/t family with 3 kids go, to replace them with 2 before and after school kids as this will fit my schedule much better.  I am just wondering what I should say to them and if I should put it in writing? How much notice should I give?

thanks for any help.

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Canadian Child care / daycare news / Kids and Company
« Last post by Laraomari on March 09, 2015, 12:08:20 AM »
My daughter started at Kids and company in January. We chose it primarily because of the setting and clean environment. Would love to hear other parents' experiences with Kids and Company.
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Infants / Diaper Rash Treatment: Keep Babyís Bottom Dry
« Last post by Lucyca on March 01, 2015, 09:31:14 PM »
Diaper rash treatment and prevention are the matter of worry, since it annoy and affect very much. Most of the moms are worried about it. In this regard keeping babyís bottom dry is the best for diaper rash treatment.
Following aspects should be considered and maintain for your babyís diaper rash treatment;
1. Revoke the Diaper after a Certain Period
2. Remove the Water after Bath
3. Frequent Change of Diaper
4. Clean the Urine and Feces Quickly
5. Clean the Urine and Feces Quickly
7. Remove the Sweating
8. Use Powder
9. Diaper Rash Cream

Please add more as you experienced as parents.
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Hi,

Any thoughts on this?  I have a new child starting on Monday and the mom just sent me an email.  Hope you don't mind if I spend the day as well. What do I say yo that.  Obviously I have nothing to hide but that will throw everyone off their routine.
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Preschoolers / Nursery suggestions in Montreal?
« Last post by hm826 on February 24, 2015, 01:31:28 AM »
I will be spending the summer in Montreal, and I am looking for a bilingual nursery for my son - turning 3 in July. He currently goes to an English speaking nursery, and they are taught some basic French. We will be staying in cotes des neiges, so my preference are nurseries in that area.

Appreciate any recommendations!
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Starting a daycare / Re: dayhome fees
« Last post by MarielaG on February 23, 2015, 12:36:04 PM »
Personally I prefer monthly, although I do offer daily(or weekly) for part-time. I also offer bi-weekly for those who prefer that option.
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Starting a daycare / Re: opening a home daycare
« Last post by MarielaG on February 23, 2015, 11:40:50 AM »
Guidelines (laws) regarding dayhomes and daycares vary province to province. You can contact Child Services in your province and they should be able to answer all questions or at least give you a website for the province that will show any requirements/restrictions regarding childcare
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