Choosing the Best Childcare for Your Child: What to Look for, How to Seek Financial Assistance and Where to Find Answers to Your Questions

Choosing the Best Childcare for Your Child: What to Look for, How to Seek Financial Assistance and Where to Find Answers to Your Questions

photo of ME guest, Jen GoinzChoosing childcare for our precious little ones is a tough decision for any parent. What type of setting will be the best match for your child’s personality and needs? How can you judge the quality of care, whether it’s home-based or center-based? Is there flexibility to accommodate your work schedule? And what kind of financial assistance is available if you need help paying?

This week’s Mom Enough guest, Jen Goinz, is the Childcare Information Manager for Child Care Aware Minnesota and she definitely has information you need, whether you live in Minnesota or elsewhere. Marti & Erin are grateful to longtime Mom Enough supporting partner, Help Me Grow for engaging Jen to represent them in this practical, helpful episode of Mom Enough.

What are the most important considerations to you in choosing care for your young child? What resources did you learn about in this Mom Enough discussion? Visit some of those resources and see what information is most helpful to you.

Related Resources:

For Assessing Quality Parent Checklist from Parent Aware, click here.

For Childcare resources in your state, click here.

To visit the Childcare Aware of America website, click here.

For the Parent Aware website and to find childcare near you, click here.

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