From Babysitter to Business Owner: Getting the Most Out of Your Home Child Care Business pdf epub fb2

From Babysitter to Business Owner: Getting the Most Out of Your Home Child Care Business by Patricia Dischler pdf epub fb2

From Babysitter to Business Owner: Getting the Most Out of Your Home Child Care Business Author: Patricia Dischler
Title: From Babysitter to Business Owner: Getting the Most Out of Your Home Child Care Business
ISBN: 1929610688
ISBN13: 978-1929610686
Other Formats: mbr lrf lit lrf
Pages: 224 pages
Publisher: Redleaf Press (October 1, 2005)
Language: English
Category: Politics & Social Sciences
Size PDF version: 1606 kb
Size EPUB version: 1807 kb
Subcategory: Politics & Government




Family childcare homes provide care for hundreds of thousands of children every day. From Babysitter to Business Owner offers tried-and-true strategies for implementing established professional business practices in the home daycare environment, including:

• Developing a thorough parent handbook • Selecting new clients • Setting business goals • Selecting an appropriate curriculum • Creating “work” spaces in your home

Practical and easy to read, From Babysitter to Business Owner has everything home daycare providers need to make their business succeed.

Patricia Dischler has operated Patty Cake Preschool in Prairie du Sac, Wisconsin, for over 15 years.

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