How to Plan for Daycare After the Pandemic

Daycare services were a pickle for most low and middle-income families in the United States, even before the pandemic hit. When the novel coronavirus began spreading in communities, more than two-thirds of the US child population had to stay home after the closure of most daycare centers. Currently, schools are remotely open with huge curriculum […]

What You Need to Know About Coronavirus and Lost Learning

The coronavirus-19 virus has caused many problems all over the world. However, in addition to the sickness and death that has resulted from it, a lot of harm has been done to school-aged children. Among the most tragic secondary harm is the loss of learning among children due to school shutdowns. In the United States, […]

Managing Social Anxiety In Children With Autism

As a parent with an autistic child, you want to do everything you can to protect your child, especially in daycare. We don’t want to place our children in circumstances that scare them, however, setting your child up in a program or providing them with social activities can significantly help. Did you know autism affects […]

Hearing Aids to Best Suit Your Kid’s Needs

Studies show that one-tenth of the American population is hearing-impaired, and numbers are increasing among children. Over the years, hearing aids have helped a great deal in eliminating this deficiency, but finding an aid for your daycare-aged child can be difficult.   Hearing aids are small audio devices which are attached to the ears. Most models […]

Waiting for Day Care

Earlier this year, the National Association for Family Child Care published a list of ten child care trends on the rise in the United States. A few things stick out on this list, specifically numbers 1 and 6.  “Competition from other child care programs will continue to increase.  6.     “It will take longer to fill child […]