This topic covers all areas in the field of child care- that is, caring for children. This includes child day care centers, family child care homes, nannies, au pairs, and baby-sitters.
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Licensed family child care information about day care program, preschool program, policies and contract, and other ideas to share with providers and parents.
A service that lets users trade babysitting with parents known and trusted.
Care For Kids
Search for child care in Australia by postcode, region, state or name.
Child Care Aware
Search facility for locating childcare by zip code, and other options. Also includes general advice and other resources.
Child Care Choices
The Department of Children and Family Services of Illinois provides information to help parents make a child care choice that is best for child and for family.
Featuring at least one child care company from each city listed and where they are located. All listings for child care companies are businesses that have been screened for reliability.
Corporate Kids Events, Inc
Offering childcare, babysitting services and entertainment during conferences and special events. Has offices in many cities in the United States and in Mexico.
Creme de la Creme
Child care centers and preschools nationwide with summer camp and after school programs.
Childcare directory for parents in the high desert area in California.
For Kid's Sake
Improving the quality of child care by providing parents and providers with useful information.
Includes a Guelph, Ontario caregiver database, which may be searched by city areas, also has online registration for caregivers, tips for parents, FAQs, a newsletter, and related links.
Offers childcare for all ages including school age children. Includes history of the method, programs and curriculum details.
National Network for Child Care
NNCC unites the expertise of many of the nation's leading universities through the outreach system of Cooperative Extension. Sharing knowledge about children and child care from the vast resources of the land grant universities with parents, professionals, practitioners, and the general public.
Phone a Babysitter.com
Service connecting parents with babysitters in their area. Serves both the US and Canada.
Founded in 1996 as an organization created to support worldwide recognition of child care providers and the valuable work they perform.
Offers a database of babysitters throughout the United States, listing qualifications, skills, and ratings from parents. Includes a company profile and description of the service.
A way for parents and their babysitters in the United States to arrange babysitting dates, by using the site. Both must register to use the service.
Addresses children's literacy, quality child care, school readiness, and school success as well as providing health, nutrition, and safety resources. Includes organization overview, program information and articles.
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