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I am a working mom of a sweet DS, almost 11 mos. We live in Jeffersonville, and are not happy with our current childcare center. We've explored many options--at least 7 interviews/visits, plus phone calls to a dozen more not even worth visiting. Where can I find childcare with a good ratio, no smoking, healthy meals, not watching TV all day? Folks with actual training in child development, please! We need care M-TH, 9-3. Any recommendations?
 

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<div style="font-style:italic;">I am a working mom of a sweet DS, almost 11 mos. We live in Jeffersonville, and are not happy with our current childcare center. We've explored many options--at least 7 interviews/visits, plus phone calls to a dozen more not even worth visiting. Where can I find childcare with a good ratio, no smoking, healthy meals, not watching TV all day? Folks with actual training in child development, please! We need care M-TH, 9-3. Any recommendations?</div>
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You could try the Ursuline Child Development Center ..... located on the Ursuline Campus, on Lexington Rd. Folks that I know that use it, love it. It's pretty expensive, from what I hear.<br><a href="http://www.ucschools.com/ucdc/index.htm" target="_blank">Ursuline Campus Schools</a>
 
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