I have been informed that my daycare for 1.5 years will no longer be offering weekend services. As I a a retail manager and my husband is a restaurant manager we have to work nights and weekends. So far I have found Central FL Daycare. They are off of Pine across from the hospital. Does anyone have any other suggestions? I only have until to find, interview, and get her placed. Zoe is 2 now and no restrictions except we are vegetarians.

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The only one I know of is Kingdom Kidz 24 hour child care and learning center. Also, try Training Up a Child.

Unfortunately, Kingdom Kidz is who will no longer be doing weekends...
If this is any help to you, I am a stay at home mom of a 12 year old daughter, I would be more than happy to care for your Zoe! Our house is right in town. I am seriously thinking about offering day/night care to parents that have no other options, and I wouldn't charge an outrageous amount either. I have been in this town since 1972, have plenty of family, friends and aquaintences who would give very good references. Kids would be more than safe here!
Hi Melanie, my name is Michele and I work with the Early Learning Coalition of Marion County.  I want to inform you of a service that is provided by the Early Learning Coalition that is free to all Marion County residence that can assist you in finding quality child care.  The program is Resource and Referral and all referrals are based on your specific family needs.  Referrals are computer generated and are provided as a referral and not a recommendation.  With this service you will also be given tools to assist you in making a quality child care choice for your family.  If you choose to use this service you will be provided a Choosing Quality Checklist as well as the telephone number and address to Day Care Licensing and we encourage you to contact them about any complaints or violations that may have been made against your potential provider choice.  You may access this service by calling the Early Learning Coalition at 352-369-2315 and asking for Resource and Referral.  The interview can take up to 45 minutes to obtain all of the information that is needed to provide you with referrals to child care providers that will meet your family needs.   I hope this information is helpful.

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Hi, I know your comment was made a long time ago but I have a son that is going on 4 months and I will be starting work soon and the hours are making finding daycare hard and I was wondering if you are still offering day/night care. I did also send you a "friend request". If you are still offering, I would love to talk with you!

Thank you!!
 
dmr said:

If this is any help to you, I am a stay at home mom of a 12 year old daughter, I would be more than happy to care for your Zoe! Our house is right in town. I am seriously thinking about offering day/night care to parents that have no other options, and I wouldn't charge an outrageous amount either. I have been in this town since 1972, have plenty of family, friends and aquaintences who would give very good references. Kids would be more than safe here!

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