FamilyHelpandCare.com Announces Expansion in Florida
FamilyHelpandCare.com expands online recruiting service to Florida families looking for childcare, babysitters, tutors and more.
Sept. 11, 2012 - PRLog -- Fort Myers Beach, FL -- FamilyHelpandCare.com (http://www.familyhelpandcare.com), an online recruiting venue for families and qualified care providers looking to connect, today announced plans to expand their service to include the entire state of Florida.
Currently serving Southwest Florida, FamilyHelpandCare.com provides a safe, and easy to use, online service to families searching for qualified care providers that meet their specific childcare needs.
Statistics provided by US Bureau of Labor and Child Care Aware of America (formally known as NACCRRA) show that there are approximately 1,905,642 families with children in the state of Florida. There are 835,756 children under the age of six potentially needing childcare (a number that is growing daily). These numbers show a real need for childcare options for families in all of Florida. To see more, read “Nannies in Florida – facts you may not know” found at http://www.familyhelpandcare.com
“FamilyHelpandCare.com provides a valuable service to families and individuals seeking affordable access to resources that support individual family childcare needs, whether it is for overnight newborn care, infant care, help with multiples (twins, triplets, etc.) toddler care, and more,” says Pamela Pollock, President and founder of FamilyHelpandCare.com. “Expanding our service gives many more Florida families another choice when it comes to searching for in home help. It is a cost effective alternative to expensive placement agencies. Families can find expert advice, as well as, many valuable hiring tips and tools that are freely available.” For more information, visit our Resource Center: http://www.familyhelpandcare.com/
FamilyHelpandCare.com offers personalized services that help individuals and families manage their personal childcare needs such as finding newborn care, full and part time childcare, after school care and the occasional babysitter. With this expansion, Florida families are now able to search for childcare and find qualified nannies, childcare providers and babysitters within their own area.
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