A group home is a home where a small number of unrelated people live together becuase they are in need of support and care.
A foster home is a home where people come if they are delinquents, orphans, or neglected.
A residential home is a long-term care program given to people that live in a residential area.
Frequently Asked Questions:
1. How did childcare start?
-Childcare started by the Royal Comission on the Status of Women in 1970, but after that many people tried to improve it.
2. What are popular childcare places in Winnipeg?
-Foster homes, group homes, resedential homes, in-home daycares, and school-run daycares.
3. When can you start babysitting and taking the babysittng course?
-You can take the course in grade 6 (age 11 or 12) and you can babysit when you are 12.
4. What ages is babysitting typically common for?
-Babysitters are normally age 12-16 because once teens have a job then they don't babysit as much.
5. How much do parents/guardians normally spend on childcare?
-For babies and toddlers you spend $11,666 a year or $972 a month.
-For preschoolers you spend $8,800 a year or $733 a month.
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