Childcare Options | How to Decide for Your Child

Parents
When it comes to choosing childcare, there are a wide range of options out there. A babysitter, nanny, in-home daycare, drop-off daycare—how do you pick the best one for your child? In this video, Dr. Katherine Rivera goes over some of the questions you should ask and provides tips for vetting childcare options.

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