Bright Beginnings

50 Back River Rd.
Dover, NH 03820
50 Back River Rd., Dover, NH 03820
603-749-2197 603-749-2197

Bright Beginnings

50 Back River Rd.
Dover, NH 03820
50 Back River Rd.
Dover, NH 03820
603-749-2197 603-749-2197
At Care.com, 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.
AT A GLANCE
AT A GLANCE
In Business Since:
2007
Total Employees:
2-10
Credentials:

Please check directly with the business for information on licensing and credentials.

Program Details
Cost & Availability
Costimate
$187/week
At Care.com, 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.
Ratings & Reviews
(1)
Stacy B
12/17/2011
If you are a parent that does not care about your children being fed junk food all day long and being put in front of television every single day as a part of their supposed "education" than this is the place for you! In a total of three weeks my children went from completely healthy bowel movements to diarrhea that was so watery it ran down their legs. The solution? I started providing all of their snacks and meals and within days their bowel movements were back to normal. Second problem, television. Before I started the boys there I told the owner that the boys don't watch tv and when they do, its limited to things like Curious George and Clifford. By the second week the boys were coming home every day talking about movies they had watched, movies I hadn't allowed them to watch at home. By the third week, not only were they allowed to watch movies every day, I was being lied to that they were watching tv. When I learned they had been allowed to watch 101 Dalmatians, I had enough. I approached the owner on a Thursday morning and told her the tv was to completely stop and that I was furious they were allowed to watch 101 Dalmatians. A movie about a woman who hunts and kills puppies to make herself a fur coat is completely inappropriate for a 3 year old. The owners response? "This is all getting to be too much". Too much apparently equals expecting a preschool who is getting paid over $1000 a month to TEACH and PLAY with children. When I picked them up Friday afternoon I was told that this was not going to work out because I didn't want the boys watching television. Not only did they provide second rate care in a world where it is RECOGNIZED that tv is of no value to a toddler, but they couldn't handle having children in the environment where the parent actually cares what is happening during the day and has standards about the type of care being provided. The fact that a huge issue was created because I didn't want them eating junk all day and watching tv is absolutely ridiculous. I would never send my children there again.
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