The Home Daycare Difference
See why thousands of working parents are choosing home daycare for their infants and toddlers.
A Few Parent Favorites
Yes, there is a better way to find child care.
Every week there are thousands of parents searching for one-off openings at thousands of daycares. It’s like a needle in a haystack and phone tag isn’t the answer.
MagicMatch changes everything. Put in your preferred schedule, location, birthday, and budget and see the home daycares that actually work for you. Then it’s 1-click to request more info or schedule a tour.
In Your Neighborhood
Fits Your Schedule
Fits Your Budget
Child Care during Covid-19
The health & safety of children & Providers is our top priority. In addition to regular check-ins, here’s what we’re doing to keep everyone safe during Covid-19.
Teamed up with WB Mason to make sure that Providers have on-demand access to PPE & cleaning supplies at discounted rates.
New health & safety protocols including strict cleaning schedules, touchless drop-offs & pick-ups, and social distanced activities, meal-times, and napping protocols.
Keeping it small. Many states have required corporate child care centers to reduce their numbers. We didn’t have that problem because most of our daycares are just six children to begin with.
We set out to create the type of child care we all want for our own families.
Child care in our country is really broken. For starters, there aren’t nearly enough good options but families. And, despite how much parents pay corporate centers, preschool teachers are paid next to nothing.
We created NeighborSchools to help the best preschool teachers, nannies, and early-childhood educators do exactly that, and let them focus on what matters most: your children.
Our goal is to create thousands of small-scale daycares across the country and bring affordable, quality child care to every neighborhood over the next few years.
We ❤️ Working Moms
Working moms work so damn hard, and most people don’t talk about it enough. Here, we do.
In my last post we covered three fundamental questions that HR leaders need to consider before evaluating child care benefits. Namely, when and where do your working-parents actually need child care, and how much can
Imagine this: it’s September, fall is in the air, and your working-parents have been juggling full-time jobs and pandemic parenting for six months. The band-aid efforts from last spring (remember “increased flexibility” and “helpful links”?)
I’m a planner. Always have been. Every Saturday I make (actually more like force) my husband to sit down to map out plans, logistics, meetings, and meals for the coming week. So I had to
Is Home Daycare for You?
Q. Is this like a nanny?
A. No. Nannies are like babysitters, they may be good, but it’s not regulated by the state to ensure quality &safety.
Q. Who are the Providers?
A. Providers are experienced child care professionals who take their work, the care of your child, seriously.
Q. How much does home daycare cost?
A. Home daycares are usually 30-40% less expensive than nannies or corporate centers. Exact rates depend on several factors, including whether you need full-time or part-time, the exact schedule, and the age of your child. That’s why we recommend MagicMatch for new parents, so you can see what openings work for you and your budget.