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Child Care: What to Look For

English | Spanish | Somali

David Riley

Reviewed July 2009 by Patricia Stoppa, Extension Educator — Family Relations

When you place your child in the care of someone else, be it family child care, a center, a relative or friend, the key to your peace of mind is trust. The more you trust the caregiver, the more secure you will feel. Here are some questions to ask:

Does the caregiver...

Does the home or center have...

Are there chances for children...

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