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05/31/2013
By: sabrinarobinson
Busy Bee Learning Center
I love this daycare, we switched to here from gods world and we love it! My son has tons of food allergies and they have worked around it making his food separately. He has also had issues with separation anxiety at first and this daycare helped him so much with getting over that and making us not feel guilty or embarrassed about it. The staff there are amazing and friendly and my son always runs up and give them hugs when he goes and leaves. They have also helped with potty training, sign language, social skills, and manners. I highly recommend this daycare!
06/22/2014
By: hannah.wagster.1
Windhaven Psychiatric Hospital
I have been to a lot of psychiatric hospitals in my life because I have a serious mental illness. They were the best, by far, and the staff was very caring. They listened to me no matter what the situation and the attending doctor was great. It is places like that that can change the way stigma that is surrounding mental illnesses.
09/14/2016
By: Jami K.
All About Kids Learning Ctr
This place my kid went to and couldn't fit in to other schools and I had some doubts about it but it turned out to be very successful for him he's ahead of his classes when before he came here he was behind.
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