Find Blount County Alabama daycares and preschools. Daycares provide information on licensed infant and child care assistance, 24 hour and weekend day care centers, montessori, private, and public facilities.
Adventure Avenue Early Learning Center, In 575 Alabama 160 Warrior AL 35180
Cradle To Crayons Early Learning Center 67889 Main Street Blountsville AL 35031
Cradle To Crayons Early Learning Center 6700 County Highway 36 Altoona AL 35952
First Baptist Church - Oneonta 300 3rd Avenue East Oneonta AL 35121
Hayden Primary Head Start 160 Brackin Lane Hayden AL 35079
Helping Hands Childcare Center 40 Tidwell Hollow Road Oneonta AL 35121
Holy Ground Worship Center 1211 Alabama 160 Warrior AL 35180
Kids Learning Center 10090 Lee Street East Blountsville AL 35031
Kids Learning Center 36177 Alabama 79 Cleveland AL 35049
Kids Learning Center 27550 Alabama 75 Oneonta AL 35121
Lester Methodist U M Childcare Center 108 3rd Avenue East Oneonta AL 35121
Locust Fork Baptist Church 30580 Alabama 79 Locust Fork AL 35097
Ratchford Child Development Head Start 600 Jackson Avenue West Oneonta AL 35121
Smoke Rise Baptist Church 1550 Scenic Trail Warrior AL 35180
The Sanctuary At The Crossroads 1111 Freeman Drive Snead AL 35952
Unless the owner of the Home Daycare has hired staff or has made arrangements for backup services, the parents must seek other accommodations in these instances. Daycare Centers, in contrast, usually have sufficient staffing capacity to cover absences due to sickness or vacation.What is the cost of Daycare?
The cost of Daycare varies dramatically by location and according to the service provider. However, some of the factors that influence the cost include adult to child ratios, the quality of programming, whether the provider is accredited as an early education program, whether the service remains open during inclement weather, and whether the provider expands services during school vacations. In some cases, government funding is available to subsidize costs for families.What are the Care-Givers' Credentials?
Many states require managers of Daycare Centers to have a degree or certification in early childhood development. Some Daycare Centers have internal policies requiring all staff members to have training in early childhood education. Home Daycare providers are typically not required to have any formal training. However, many do have certifications or a background in education or related fields.