At, we realize that cost of care is a big consideration for families. That's why we are offering an estimate which is based on an average of known rates charged by similar businesses in the area. For actual rates, contact the business directly.
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6:30AM - 6:30PM
6:30AM - 6:30PM
6:30AM - 6:30PM
6:30AM - 6:30PM
6:30AM - 6:30PM
Program Details
  • Preschool (or Nursery School or Pre-K)
Additional Details:
  • Summer care / camp
Cost & Availability
Classroom Type Rate Rate Type Availability
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Extended Care (Before School)
Extended Care (After School)
Ratings & Reviews
Monica B
Very clean had a tour this weekend for their Saturday open house! The director was there with another employee setting up for a parent child prom! I thought this was the cutest idea! Hope they do it again next year so my child can participate.
Extermely friendly staff and the best care for my 2 children. We were at a previous center and made the switch to Kindercare hudson. It was the best decision we made for our family. My almost kindergartener is extremely prepared for kindergarten and my infant has wonderful teachers who genuinely care and always go the extra mile!! Which is extremely important for my family. My infant at 10 weeks old even did art. We couldn't be happier!!! I highly suggest this daycare!
Lauren P
My child doesn't go here and THANK GOD they don't. I toured this place yesterday with my mother after knowing someone who has their grandchildren here and I've never as a parent felt my gut turn more in ways it shouldn't. I've toured a few other child care centers in the area but this experience was by far the worst I've had- hence the review I'm about to write.

We were first led to the front office for a chat with the director. While there, the director didn't seem the least bit interested in making sure that we we had her undivided attention. As a parent, choosing a daycare can be stressful and intimidating. You want the very best for your child. She kept answering the phone (I assure you each time was not an emergency and could've waited) during the few minutes we were in the office. Talk about bad first impression. Not only that, but I was informed that they didn't have room for my child full time and my schedule for care would never be the same? 3 days one week 2 days the next....1 day after that. It all seemed very odd. What's the point of paying for day care if you can't rely on it? Also, couldn't you have told me this on the phone so I wouldn't have wasted my time coming in? Anyways, on with the tour. Next it was time to go see the room where my child would be cared for- the infant room. On the way to the room, We passed several teachers in the hall, none of whom said hello, smiled, or appeared genuinely interested in my child unless called upon by the director. They just didn't seem happy to be there, not to mention, very welcoming- which is concerning because in my opinion, happy staff = well-cared for children. We finally get to the room at the end of the hall and it's like a "switch-off" occurs before my eyes! The Director introduces me as the wrong name to a head teacher and then goes to feed a baby so this teacher can now tell me about the inner workings of this room. The teacher doesn't ask me any questions, just goes straight into her well rehearsed script about what it's like to care for children in this room. "Bottles must be labeled...diaper changes occur at this are sanitized using this cleaner..." great, but It was like I was listening to a robot. So impersonal. Paid no attention to my child, whom I was holding. I looked around while she was talking and noticed that the babies in this room don't seem to get any form of individual attention either other than when it comes time to get fed. There were no toys or books in reach- they were all put up. Why? So kids were just crawling around in circles not knowing what to do because they didn't have anything to do!! Some looked uncomfortable because they had slipped down into their boppy (supportive pillow) and no one came to readjust them. I'd seen enough.

Call me picky. Or better yet, please call me a good mother who wants the very best for her child while away at work. Can you tell I'm disturbed? I hope so. Parents, whatever choice you make, follow your gut. I certainly followed mine yesterday with kindercare in Hudson. They won't be earning my trust anytime soon.
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