Georgetown University, Human Resources, Faculty and Staff Assistance Program. n.d.. Choosing a child care provider. Washington, DC: Georgetown University, Human Resources, Faculty and Staff Assistance Program, 11 pp.
Annotation: These guidelines are designed to assist parents in finding, evaluating, and selecting child care sites that match the values and goals parents have for the child. The first part of the guidelines describes types of care including child care centers, family child care homes, babysitters, au pairs and nannies, and after school programs. The guidelines include discussions of financing child care, finding providers, visiting the site, and dealing with concerns about care. A list of child care location services in the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia is at the end.
Contact: Georgetown University, Human Resources, Faculty and Staff Assistance Program, Ground Floor-Healy Hall, 37th and O Streets, N.W., Washington, DC 20057-1021, Telephone: (202) 687-2500 Fax: (202) 687-1164 Web Site: http://hr.georgetown.edu/fsap/ Available at no charge.
Keywords: After school programs, Child care, Child care centers, Child care workers, District of Columbia, Family child care, Family economics, Maryland, Nannies, Virginia, Working parents