“Over the past several years, we at Childcare Network have worked really hard to build our brand around the needs of parents. That’s why our brand line is ‘The Working Parent’s Best Friend,” states Scott Cotter, CEO of Childcare Network.
Columbus, GA (PRWEB) March 2, 2011
One of the most difficult questions a parent must answer is, who will take care of my child while I’m at work? The wide range of child care options available today only make a parent’s decision even more difficult—not less.
Visitors to the site will find everything from school locations to our preschool educational programs that are highly specific to each child’s age and unique needs. The new site also offers a wealth of parenting information from the developmental milestones in a child’s life to suggested avenues for financial support for child care. The Parent’s Forum provides parents with the opportunity to interact with one another as they discuss a wide variety of parenting issues.
“Over the past several years, we at Childcare Network have worked really hard to build our brand around the needs of parents. That’s why our brand line is ‘The Working Parent’s Best Friend,” states Scott Cotter, CEO of Childcare Network. “At a time when parents are making important decisions about their child’s development, we are proud to give them information to make their parenting life easier.”
“We really have, at every level, tried to find ways to remove the worries from parenting,” adds Cotter. “From the parent’s first phone call through summer camp programs for older children, Childcare Network provides educational results in a loving environment while instilling absolute trust. It is a truly teamwork approach to child development, which is why so many parents recommend us to their friends and neighbors.”
Childcare Network’s 160 schools span eight states and teach over 17,000 children every day using its distinctive HighReach Learning curriculum. As a result, Childcare Network is proud of its record for giving children the tools they need to succeed, and parents a child care option they can feel good about.
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