Your Options for Providers and Programs
Moving a family to a new community requires a bit of research on many fronts – particularly when you have young children who need childcare. In most suburban towns, there are many options to choose from - from traditional daycare centers to smaller home-based settings to nannies. We trust you’ll know what fits best for your family. At Hayden Rowe Properties, we are committed to guiding our clients through a seamless process in all aspects of your move. Let us reduce your research “to-do” list by helping you identify the childcare options.
Early age options
- Wee Care for Little People, Inc. 2 locations – 11 Main Street (508-460-9555) and 5 Breakneck Hill Road (508-485-4496) – open Monday-Friday from 7 am-6 pm, multiple programs offered beginning at age one month through pre-K
- Sandy’s School 162 Cordaville Road, 508-485-5250 – open Monday-Friday from 7 am-6 pm, programs offered beginning at four weeks through pre-K
School-age before/after school options
- Southborough Extended Day Program, 508-481-9353, As an independent non-profit organization, the Southborough Extended Day Program holds a licensing agreement with Southborough Public Schools to provide fee-based before (K-3) and after school care programs (K-8), as well as vacation and summer camps (K-8). Depending on the program, care is offered at three school site locations
If you’re beginning your family and still haven’t decided whether outside care or a nanny would be best for you, we found this recent Verywellfamily article that may help you think through your decision.