What is a day care provider?

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A daycare provider is a person or institution that takes care of a child during the day on behalf of the legal guardians or parents. The day care provider is paid for the services on an hourly rate. Many parents take their children to day care providers while they attend to their work.
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In-home providers offer daycare in their homes. Although some individuals provide daycare services at home and aren't licensed, most states require all daycare providers to be licensed
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In-home day cares where more than two unrelated children are being watched for more than four hours a day are required to be licensed by the state in which they operate. Likewise,
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The average cost of daycare I have found to be about $4.00 an hour. That may not seem like a lot, but actually it adds up. I have found some that charge 2 and some that charge more.
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The norm is having taken 12-16 units minimum of Early Childhood Education (ECE) courses and of course the desire and trust to work with children of pre-school age.
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