New Hope Locations & Hours Near Scottsdale, AZ - YP.com
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11/01/2017
By: Kay L.
Medical X, Inc.
Best Doctor ever!!! Saved my life. The staff is also amazing. The doctor actually cares about my sobriety and has also helped my family.
12/29/2016
By: Mark H.
STI, Inc
Mark is the mark of a true professional time and time again he has obtained awesome carriers with great coverage and claims departments.
11/03/2016
By: Sherri S.
Little Kings & Queens Preschool
Best preschool ever. My kids come home very happy . They always have new art and photos of my children playing or doing projects up on the walls. The staff is very nice and always greets us with a smile. I feel very blessed to know my kids are safe and happy while I am at work.
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08/04/2016
By: Drew W.
Little Kings & Queens Preschool
We have been taking our child here full time for just over a year. This is one of the most caring, respectful, fun and happy environments we have ever been around. The staff here is top notch and deeply care about our child. They go above and beyond the call of duty to make sure our child is happy and communicate very well with us as parents to keep us informed and happy. They stick to a schedule every day with a strong focus on art, music, free play and fun. They also work with our child in Spanish and Sign Language in addition to the English Language. This facility is clean and has a large indoor room and very large outdoor covered playground for our 2 year old to explore. We would recommend this center to anyone and recommend it to you if you are looking for a great place for your child to be nurtured and loved every day you have to be away.
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10/20/2015
By: B T.
STI, Inc
STI insurance company has horrible customer service ..They dont answer there phones or emails ,they avoid you if theres a problem..My account got overdrafted because they didnt pay attention to the date of payment on the policy and I was stuck with all the fees from the bank on top of paying my renewal down payment so you could say I paid double and have been with them only a year .My daughter got house insurance from them and the bank called and said it wasnt renewed and she tried to contact them with no response at all.. Had to find a different company to work with..Now I know why they have no reviews!!! They are horrible to deal with when theres a problem they will literaly call you a liar and they have called me one..Never again!!
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07/25/2015
By: Pedro Q.
Little Kings & Queens Preschool
WORST DAYCARE EVER..i would like to start by saying the i have never written a review let alone a negative review as i work in the retail industry and i understand that we all have bad days, but the experience that i had at the daycare was so horrible that i had to make sure no one else has the same issue. i want to start off with telling you about my family, we have 4 daughters that are 14, 12, 10, 4 and 3 of them are foster so please believe me when i tell you that we have dealt with several daycare's. 1st issue we had was that my young one likes to wear open toted shoes a lot and we were informed the first day they attend was that they were not allowed to wear any opened toed shoes do to them having gravel in all the playgrounds area which is an odd choice for a child's play area but the worst thing was that they do not have any shade over any of the playground equipment which is again odd due to us being located in the desert and the temp can reach up to 120 degrees during the summer but ok. 2nd issue that we had after taking our children to the facility for a week our children told us that they did not serve any breakfast, which again i though was odd due to the USDA provides funding to all daycare's that are DES certified(which they are) for breakfast, lunch and one snack per child(if you have any doubts please feel free to google Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP)). 3rd issue we had with this daycare was that they only accepted one form of payment which was cash, i have never been to an established daycare that doesn't accept anything else. 4th i have also never been to a day care that forces school age children to take 2 hour naps daily, which to me sounds like they are lazy and don't want to do any activities with the children (again my kids have attended several different day-cares and usually bring home some type of project daily or at least weekly, my kids attended this daycare for almost 2 months and brought home only 1 project). last but not least the last straw, so we paid this daycare everyday(mon-fri) whether or not the child went to the daycare which is fine as most daycare's do this due to them having to have staff on site to watch your children whether you drop them off or not, but i have never been to a daycare that will refuse to take the children after 1045am which is ridiculous for a child care facility and when i asked why they refused my kids, the facilitator stated that they only staff for the kids that are their prior to 1045, which again made no sense, since we have paid for their services in advanced to have some on staff between there business hours to watch our kids no matter when they show up or for how long. this is by far the worst experience we have ever had with any daycare and would strongly urge you to look at other providers and save yourself that hassle in dealing with them.
05/15/2014
By: Michelle B.
Brighter Angels Learning Center
Two years ago when my sons started the facility it was GREAT!! NO COMPLAINTS!! Within the last year I have nothing good to say about the facility now I am at my final straw. They have a teacher there who knowing put her hands on a child and is still employed there. The authorities have been called and DHS also. The teacher denies any wrong doing however the child stands firm!! If you want your child safe DO NOT SEND THEM THERE!!!
08/08/2013
By: erinista
Little Kings & Queens Preschool
ATTENTION PARENTS FOR INFANTS 0-12 MONTH.... I would NOT recommend taking your babies to this childcare if you intend on keeping your job... I have a 7 month old baby that is cutting her 1st set of teeth, of course one of the side effects of teething is diarrhea. Monday I get a call that she needs to be picked up because she had a diarrhea (as all childcares work if a child needs to be picked up they cannot attend the following day, so she will not be able to attend Tuesday) this is fine I take her to the doctor the following day to make sure she is ok & not sick the doctor confirms that she is fine & that she is just teething she is clear to attend childcare, he also said that this childcare probably does not want to deal with a teething baby. I take her back Wednesday again she needs to be picked up after 1 diarrhea (not able to attend Thursday either), I take her back to daycare Friday again I get called to pick her up because she has 1 diarrhea, the following Monday same thing she needs to be picked up for a diarrhea (missing work again Tuesday), Wednesday I get a call that she needs to be picked up for the same reason (would need to miss work Thursday as well). Well this most resent Wednesday I am on the other side of town stuck in an important business meeting unable to leave right away plus the drive takes time as well I told her that I would come pick her up as soon as I am finished, I get a voicemail 2 hours later (usually I can pick her up right away) stating if I am not there within the next 30 minutes she will be calling CPS on me! Keep in mind my child is Not sick, cleared by the doctor & for this Almost 2 Weeks of Missed childcare days due to teething I still had to pay $320 to the daycare for the time that my child was not there... From my personal experience & opinion steer clear from LEILA (she is the lady that gives the tours & makes all of the decisions, she seems nice but....) This place does not even deserve 1 star.
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