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    Jul 2013

    Default What questions to ask?

    Unfortunately the time has come where I have to put my bub in childcare 2 days a week. He's only 3 months old I'm going to look at a few tomorrow but I'm not really sure what questions to ask them to make sure it's the best place for DS... What should I be looking for and what questions do I need to ask?

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    I would be making sure they are happy to follow your routine.
    Make sure you feel comfortable with and meet every carer that will be looking after your child.
    What would they do if he was so uncontrollably unsettled? Make sure they have the time to spend with him & not just put him in a corner (I've seen this happen).
    Go to the centre unannounced.
    What age will he move to next room and what is the routine like there (they grow so fast before long you will need the info for the next room).
    You will know if it is the right place for your child the moment you walk through the door. Good luck.


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