8 of the most common types of child care

With the many different types of child care, how do parents know which ones are the best fit for their families?

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What is an in-home daycare?

An in-home daycare is childcare run out of a daycare provider’s home, rather than a daycare center. Children get to socialize with other kids in a safe and comfortable environment.

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Top 3 things to know when choosing an in-home daycare

When people think of daycare, they often imagine a large center with lots of classrooms, children and teachers. It turns out though, the majority of daycare businesses nationally operate out of the provider’s own home. These in-home daycares (sometimes also referred to as “family child care” or “home-based daycare”) are much smaller operations with just a handful of children and can be a great way to give your child an intimate, nurturing care environment with the socialization and cost savings that daycare provides. But just like any other child care arrangement, it’s really important to do your homework. If you’re considering an in-home daycare, these are the top three things to know that are absolutely critical for your child’s safety and well-being.

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