If you love children, you can look after ten or more at a time and; you may be qualified to provide home childcare specialties for working and single moms.
Childcare covers a lot territory, but there is no field in greater demand today.
Most mothers work and that’s a fact of life.
A working mother often returns to work within a few months of childbirth and juggles childhood illnesses, school problems, summers off, and eventually teenager supervision with the demands of her career.
This is doubly true for single or divorced mothers; and there are more of them than ever before.
Whether single or married, working parents spend a fair portion of their earnings on care, education and entertainment for their children.
Depending on the schedule you want to keep, your job satisfaction needs and goals, you have an enormous array of home childcare specialties to choose from.
Many of these specialties are in response to many, many parents crying out for help.
Whatever home childcare specialties niche you choose, fulfilling your responsibility to the children you serve is necessarily the first of business.
Begin by handing out fliers in local neighborhoods.
Distribute them at elementary and intermediate schools, at apartment houses, and to homeowners.
Hang fliers on bulletin boards in libraries, markets, churches, community organizations, Facebook groups for local moms in your area, and a website with referrals and more that pay you.
After a short while, work-of-mouth referrals should keep you plenty busy.
Each state, city and county has different laws regarding home childcare services.
Many have no regulations.
So check with the respective agencies in your area for legal requirements.
Traditional babysitting is as much in demand as it ever was.
Organize an agency, and charge a fee for qualifying sitters and matching them with parents.
You can broker for any of these home childcare specialties for that matter, and the profit.
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