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I want to recommend Debbie Oliver's Toogood Toddlers to any parents looking for daycare in the Oakland area. I liked the daycare providers immediately - they are warm, honest women who love their work. My daughter has severe separation anxiety, and they really did everything they could to help her. Debbie called me with updates multiple times a day. The caregiver to child ratio is great - there are 14 children and 5 adults. After dropping her off, I drove just a few blocks away to park near the Piedmont casual carpool, then took the bus back - so it's a convenient location too! Highly recommended. They have an immediate opening.
Debbie Olivers Toogood Toddlers has an immediate opening for 7mo-3yo olds. My daughter has been going to Debbies since she was 7mo and I couldn't be happier with the care and attention she has recieved. Unfortunately we are moving next month and if there was any way I could commute to keep her here I would. The caregivers are consistent and wonderful in every way. They provide a loving and nurturing environment and the kids all get along extremely well. She has a music teacher come in once a week and there is a big backyard with a ton of toys, swings and cars for the children to play with. Her rates are very reasonable and she offers part and full time care. Contact: Debbie Oliver, 510-658-7468
I'd like to recommend a great home-based daycare in Piedmont - Toogood Toddlers, run by Debbie Oliver and staffed by four other terrific caregivers. They have one or two openings at the moment (May 2009) for children from infants to toddlers. My son went there for about a year. He loved it and marched happily into the big playroom every day I dropped him off. There's a big outdoor play area, tons of toys, art supplies, and a teacher comes in for music days. Some of Debbie's staff have been with her for many years, and they all really care about the kids. Feel free to email or call if you are interested in hearing more. Gretchen
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