Dream Builders Day Care
Obtaining affordable, quality child day care, especially for children under age 5, is a major concern for many parents, particularly in recent years with the rise in families with two working parents. As the need for child day care has increased, the child day care services industry began to fill the need of non-relative child care. Two main types of child care make up the child day care services industry: center-based care and family child care. Formal child day care centers include part and full day preschools, child care centers, school and community based pre-kindergartens and Head Start and Early Head Start centers. Family child care providers care for children in their home for a fee and are the majority of self-employed workers in this industry. This does not include persons who provide unpaid care in their homes for the children of relatives or friends or occasional babysitters. Also, child care workers who work in the child's home, such as nannies, are included primarily in the private household industry, not this industry. The demand for daycare centers are expected to increase though the turn of the century. More and more young parents have happy memories of the time they spent in day care centers, and the learning experiences they enjoyed. Profitable day care centers are much more than glorified babysitting services. Social researchers have found that most important years in a child’s development are those from one to six. The exposure to the world in which the baby lives, the instruction he receives, and the habits he forms during those years, affect his ability to learn and properly adjust as progresses on through his formal education. Dream Builders Day Care is a full service child care development center that cares for newborns to preschool age children. The Dream Builders Day Care will also provide before and after school programs for elementary school age kids that may need that extra attention....
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