A Childcare Provider's Guide To: Home Childcare Business: Dealing with Bratty Kids and Clueless Parents

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Author House, Aug 4, 2011 - Family & Relationships - 108 pages
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With T.R. Julius's 20 years of experience in childcare, you get plain, straight-to-the point insight as to what all Childcare Providers, Stay-at-Home Moms, and Parents need to know. I

NCREASE YOUR KNOWLEDGE OF HOW TO:

Start a home childcare business

Deal with Behavioral problems in children

Manage Your Business Finances

Handle Late & No-Paying Parents

Get techniques on Child Training

Setup a Safe Childcare Environment

Learn how to Handle Difficult Parent Situations

Know What to Document on a Daily Basis

And More . . .

Easy to understand, with detailed examples of child and parent situations. Key reference tools, which include internet sites for easy access, and problem techniques that assist in the care of children.

 

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Contents

Chapter 1
1
Chapter 2
8
Chapter 3
12
Chapter 4
17
Chapter 5
22
Chapter 6
30
Chapter 7
37
Chapter 8
46
Chapter 10
57
Chapter 11
61
Chapter 12
68
Chapter 13
71
Chapter 14
78
Chapter 15
81
Chapter 16
84
About the Author
88

Chapter 9
52

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About the author (2011)

A retired corporate operations executive with an additional 22 years of training experience, T.R’s career always included the teaching and directing of educational environments for all ages.

A devoted Christian, T.R. taught in church environments, subjects ranging from elementary basics to computer science. In addition, T.R. spent many hours volunteering at local shelters for the betterment of those less fortunate.

T.R.’s philosophy to start a child’s learning as early as possible proved to be the biggest success, since the majority of T.R.’s daycare children have far exceeded regular kindergarten pre-K curriculum.

T.R. was a single parent who raised her son on her own in the inner city of Chicago, Illinois. Her success and dedication to learning has been instilled in her son who now holds four degrees and a doctorate in law.

T.R. now resides in Arlington, Texas and is currently devoting herself to her church, her family, her community, and her childcare business.

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