"Perfection Child Care" is far from being the "perfect" choice for child care. This has to be one of the most unprofessional, un-welcoming, ridiculous, I could go on and on....I was in need of a day-care because I was going to be starting a new job. I sent my son there for two days and immediately pulled him right back out. The teachers are unprofessional, they look at a person all weird, they don't inform you on whats going on during the day. No progress reports, they don't tell you what your child's going to be doing, eating, I mean NOTHING! They never properly introduced themselves to me, I didn't know who my son's teacher was. My son has never been in daycare before, which is why it pays to "KNOW YOUR CHILD". I know my son and when he's comfortable someplace -whether its a group of people or one person, if he feels comfortable he will be fine. He wont cry when I leave-matter of fact, he'll tell me "bye mommy!":-) But at Perfection Child Care, when I picked him up after that first day, I noticed he was very unhappy, kinda depressed looking, he told me he did not want to go there. The next day, he sorta panicked when I pulled up to the daycare, he was like "mommy i dont wanna go" He was pulling on my leg to leave. I came to pick him up that evening with my mom ( the door bell doesn't work and they dont inform you of that) We come there to see my son sitting on a hard floor. When he saw me he attemptefd to get up and painfully reached for his knees which were hurting from sitting on that hard floor for I don't know how long. He was pointing at Ann(one of the child care workers) her with this angry look on his face and crying perfusely.I felt so mad at seeing this cause I dont really know what they could have done to him, but I wasn't gonna keep him there long enough to find out. I also later found bite marks on my son's arm, that were in the shape of a small child's teeth. My son is the only child and has no other possible child interactions except that daycare.
Cons: the whole daycare