PRLog - July 18, 2012 - BOISE, Idaho -- Known to over three generations of parents and their children, this day care is an enduring symbol of ethical practices, individualistic care, and a warm and loving environment.
Bobbie Van Cleave carries on the tradition
Many daycare facilities attempt to balance the many needs of children with expectations of anxious parents by providing ''programs" that are one size fits all. "Our facility is designed to focus on individual needs because no two children are the same and each one deserves to have a warm and loving environment while learning necessary social skills." said Bobbie Van Cleave, owner and operator of South Boise Child Care. "Children need a caregiver who feels privileged in providing care and thinks of each child as part of the family."
South Boise Child Care Center bridges the gap between in-home daycare and high priced program-based facilities. Bobbie states that consistency, hiring quality personnel, ethical conduct, and building trustworthy relationships are essential to successful business. It is not necessary to spend huge sums of money to ensure proper care and guarantee safety while facilitating individual growth.
Bobbie and her childcare staff are eager to engage with parents who want the best care for their children and to take advantage of the unique opportunity presented by this Boise landmark. The facility is located near Federal Way, Broadway and I-84 in south Boise, and it is open from 7:00 AM to 5:30 PM, Monday through Friday.
About South Boise Child Care Center
South Boise Child Care is an enduring icon for local residents in and around Boise. Over four generations of parents and children have passed through this child care center which succeeds using a simple formula: Provide a warm and loving environment, focus on individual needs, specialize in children from six weeks to five years, and hire personnel who truly care. The facility is renowned for quality care, low turnover among both children and staff, and consistent loving performance. Children are not "programmed"
Call (208) 333-0550/(208)