My Child Has Special Needs: Is Daycare a Realistic Option?

If you are the parent of a child with special needs, you’ve probably done your share of research involving the care and support your child needs. Whether those needs are primarily physical, cognitive, emotional, or dietary, giving your child the right resources can make a huge positive difference in his…

3 Common Complaints about Daycare in 2017

Daycare can be a scary step for parents and children alike — but the fact is, there is a growing body of evidence in support of quality daycare. When you find the right setting for your child, you can expect social and academic advantages that last through high school. Gone…

Are Your Daycare Standards High Enough?

If there’s one thing that can be said of most parents these days, it’s that free time isn’t quite as abundant as it used to be. Raising kids has always required energy, attention and love — but in these modern times, there are so many pressures that simply weren’t there…

3 Reasons Normal Daycare May Not Be Right for Your Child

If you’re a parent of young children, and you haven’t yet been through “the daycare discussion,” you probably will soon. Time passes quickly, and before you know it, these little ones are in need of some socializing and playtime with other kids during the day. You may also have read…

How Much Will Children’s Medical Daycare Cost?

It would be nice if money were no object in terms of providing the very best care for our children. As parents, most of us will go as far as we can to give our kids the best opportunities early in life. But money does matter, and budget is a…

Which Activities Are Most Important for My Child at Daycare?

When the time arrives to make daycare a part of your child’s weekly routine, it’s only natural to have a long list of questions. As a dedicated parent, You work hard to give your child the best opportunities and the best care during these crucial early years, and there are…

Looking for a New Daycare Center? Avoid These Common Mistakes

The number of choices parents have to make involving their kids is growing all the time, from nutritional choices to educational devices and techniques. This is especially true for parents of kids with special needs. Although there are more ways than ever to provide the support children need, the number…

Daycare Dropoffs: Four Useful Tips for Parents

If you’re the parent of a child who isn’t yet old enough for daycare, read on for some valuable advice for the years ahead. If you’re the parent of a child who currently spends time in daycare, and you’ve been having trouble while dropping your child off at daycare, there…

Neonatal Abstinence Program

In the past 10 years, over 130,000 babies were born with drug addictions in our country. The Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS) program delivers care to infants who have been exposed to opiates. We create a loving, caring environment to meet the baby´s growth and developmental milestones, by following doctor’s orders…

A Loving, Caring Environment for Children with Special Medical Needs

Drug addicted babies. Providence Pediatric Medical DayCare is a loving caring environment for children newborn to age five with special needs. Our medical day care centers, staffed with expertly trained health care professionals, provide needed care and intensive skilled nursing services to medically complex and/or technology dependent children. Our centers…

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