Childcare has always been a concern for parents. There are more than 20 million U.S. households with young children, more than half of whom receive care from someone other than the parents. So how exactly is a mother and/or a father to wade through the options to determine what's right for their family? The Unofficial Guide to Childcare can help set minds at ease with its unbiased, street-smart style and practical tools to help parents interview caregivers and evaluate childcare facilities. From assessing a particular child's needs to finding a caregiver, assessing health and safety practices to noticing warning signs in daycare facilities, to transitioning a child into daycare, this guide will aid parents as they make one of the biggest decisions of their lives.If youa#39;re really creative and energetic, you might want also want to include miniprofiles of each child (i.e., a list of their likes and dislikes, a brief description ... so that your babysitter will have an aquot;ownera#39;s manualaquot; to fall back on in your absence.
|Title||:||The Unofficial Guide to Childcare|
|Publisher||:||Wiley - 1998-10-09|