Seeking In-home Daycare in Lakewood or Littleton Area

Updated on April 11, 2010
M.T. asks from Littleton, CO
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Can anyone recommend a good, licensed in-home provider for a 3 month old in Littleton or Lakewood. I go back to work in a month and am dreading sending my guy to a center.

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answers from Denver on is a great place to find reputable licensed in-home daycare.

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answers from Denver on

I loved, loved, loved our daycare provider. Her name is Shehla and her number is ###-###-####. I posted a review of her services in the local business reviews. I think the title is "In-Home Daycare with Immediate Openings."

I can't say enough about her. I'm not sure if she's rated on Qualstar or not, but she is licensed and loves your kids as much as you do. (well, almost)

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answers from Fort Collins on

FYI - qualistar can link you to in home day care providers and day care centers, but consider more than just those "rated" by costs $1,000+ to get "rated" by qualistar, so there are many quality in home child care providers who are not rated simply because it is so expensive. If I were looking at centers I would definitely look for the rating. You can also see if your area has a local association for in home child care providers (check the yellow pages under "child care"). Oftentimes providers are members and the association can provide referrals. Good luck!



answers from Denver on

Amen. I'm not the only one reccommending qualistar. They are a non-profit who rates childcare providers. Both in home and centers. They are also connected to a referral service that can help you narrow down your search. You still have to do your homework but its a great place to start. Unfortunately, you are starting a bit late. A lot of the good ones have waiting lists. Good luck.

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