Daycare Days for Providers – What You Should Know Before Opening Your Home
The idea of transitioning from babysitting to caring for children professionally as a home daycare provider can be intimidating. Before you open your home for family child care or as an in-home day care school, you will want to get some insight and encouragement to save you from potential headaches or costly mistakes.
Daycare Days for Providers is designed to answer questions caregivers have often after they have gotten themselves stuck in a problem. Miko offers mentoring advice from knowledge she has gained through experience or from watching her colleagues. Get tips on how to work with families, anticipate obstacles, and set your goals so that you can provide a well-rounded quality family child care program.
About Miko Marsh (Hampton Roads, Virginia Author)
Miko Marsh is a mother, author, caregiver, instructor, and motivator. She earned a degree in psychology from Old Dominion University and certification in Early Childhood Care Education from Chattahoochee Technical College. She has worked directly with individuals in behavioral facilities and has owned her own daycare.
Her author credits include books related to caregiving, an educational workbook for introduction to childcare, and personal transformation. Many of her articles, blogs, blurbs, and notes are posted online through different ministries, organizations, and businesses for which she was a ghostwriter or contributor. Miko’s main writing areas include Bible-based topics, caregiving, personal growth, and interpersonal communications. However, she will sometimes write things to amuse herself because she loves to laugh.
In addition to homeschooling her children for a few years, she has given instruction in piano, reading music, mathematics, as well as other areas. She enjoys supporting others, helping them to find areas in which they can shine, and seeing people of all ages and abilities reach their individual goals. She currently resides in the Hampton Roads area of Virginia.