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Childcare Services & Facilities In Dover

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Childcare Services & Facilities


Below is a list of businesses which provide Childcare Services & Facilities services. If you do not see your business in the list, you can submit it for addition to this list. Adding your business will feature your listing above Standard listings.
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Business Listing   Cross Road Kindergarten - Dover, NH - Phone: (603) 749-4278


Business Listing   Dover Children Center - Dover, NH - Phone: (603) 742-7637


Business Listing   Dover Country Day School - Dover, NH - Phone: (603) 742-0321


Business Listing   Early Learning Center At WDH - Dover, NH - Phone: (603) 742-7155


Business Listing   Honey Hill Childcare - Dover, NH - Phone: (603) 749-3144


Business Listing   Little Lamb Nursery & Day Care - Dover, NH - Phone: (603) 743-3102


Business Listing   New Horizons in Child Development Inc - Dover, NH - Phone: (603) 749-1094


Business Listing   Peter Cotton Tail Preschool - Dover, NH - Phone: (603) 749-4411


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Helpful Definition for: Childcare Services & Facilities

The primary goal of childcare services and facilities in Dover is to provide a safe environment for care and learning. These facilities are mostly meant for children aged between six weeks to twelve years. The commitment is to protect and serve children in settings outside their homes. They provide the basic health and safety requirements for all children in their care. Low-income, special needs, abused and neglected children, fragile adolescents are given personalized attention besides a healthy growth environment that ensure structured and wholesome development in children. The basic requirements, however, are that parents must be working and the gross family income per month must be at or below the income limit for the family size.

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