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"A Practical Guide to Starting and Operating a Child Care Business"

Updated: Mar 14

The author of this book will cover many aspects of the child care business such as: financing, location, insurance, hiring staff, job descriptions, transportation, advertisement, room arrangements, meals, parent communication, parent policies, sample employee handbook and other forms...

With over 15 years of experience in both family child care and group child care, the author give practical information about the child care industry. The author shares some of the reasons why she started a child care business and the benefits of having done so; 1 I did not want to work long hours making someone else rich. I wanted to be my own boss and march to the beat of my own drum. 2 I wanted to be able to spend time with my children and not have to send them away to child care while I worked a traditional 9-5 job. Owning a child care business allowed me the opportunity to spend everyday with my children. I was able to be an influence on them, during their formative years, not someone else. 3 It felt good knowing that I was able to make a difference in my community. I was able to touch the lives of many children and families. 4 As a result of of running a quality child care center, I was able to have financial freedom. I was able to build my dream home in the suburbs and drive my favorite new luxury car "Lexus". **This books comes with one hour of phone consultation with the author. Contact the author for steps.

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