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  • A
    The $30 Buck Tidy Up
    We have been using Marlee's cleaning and nannying services for almost a year, and we've found she is the key to having our household run smoothly! I couldn't recommend her more highly, and don't know what I would do without her! She cleans and tidies our house for us for an hour every day before she picks up our daughter from preschool, and it is so surprising the amount of work she can get done in that time. She does all our dishes, all our laundry, tidies up our mess of a family room/kitchen, as well as the playroom and my daughter's bedroom and bathroom. With a four year old, my house used to look like a bomb hit it every day, and I was embarrassed to have people come over, but now the place always looks presentable in case we're having friends over or hosting a playdate. She's super hardworking and really flexible to your unique needs, so she has been able to add in some really helpful things like watering our houseplants or helping put away holiday decorations. She is also a fantastic after school nanny - our daughter is totally in love with her and has so much fun doing activities with her. Marlee has boundless energy (to match my daughter!) as well as being sweet and considerate, and she communicates really well with us to make sure that we're always on the same page. Marlee has also helped us with pet care while we were out of town. She is hardworking, and professional while still being very personable. Overall, I am so pleased that we found Marlee and highly recommend her and her business!
    - Christine D.
  • A
    Pan Ning Ying Family Child Care
    She is first rate. If you are Chinese and you want your children to appreciate the culture this provider is the place to take your children. She provides daycare and instruction.
    - RICHARD H.
  • A
    South Bay Community Center
    I think he is an excellent doctor. They work with your schedule. It's a friendly kid atmosphere. They tend to the kids needs and concerns. It's just an overall friendly place. The kids aren't running around. They are good. You don't have to worry with the kids they are occupied while you are waiting in the lobby. The price was very fair. They do referrals. They do therapeutic sessions for kids. Everyday the kids development got to be met.
    - VITO P.
  • A
    Fairoz Sako Family Child Care
    Fairoz is our regular babysitter who truly has a passion for kids and helping other people. She is such a great help to us. As first time parents, we are always nervous and careful about who we let in our home and care for our baby. From the start she was very professional, responds quick, always on time if not early. Our baby is safe and happy with her. She always goes out of her way  to help us with other light chores around the house, always happy to help. When the baby is asleep, and she has extra time to spare, she never hesitates to ask us if there's anything else we want done. We are able to relax for a couple of hours a week knowing that our baby is in good hands. I would definitely recommend Fairoz to other parents.
    - Rowella Z.
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    Oak Tree Academy
    My son is 4 years old and has been receiving child care at Oaktree Academy for roughly 1 year. Armani has made many friends at Oaktree Academy, and I originally felt really safe with the care provided by the school. Oaktree Academy participates in subsidized childcare, which is a service provided by the County of San Diego to assist low income families with payment for childcare and food services. In order for the childcare providers to receive payment for services, a monthly tracking form is required to be filed out by the parents and submitted by the childcare providers. In the month of November, I was late submitting the document, and agreed to submit the document the following day. Upon picking my son up on December 1, 2017, I filled out the form as I agreed. Unfortunately I mistakenly used a sheet that was intended for another student. I was unaware of this until December 4, 2017. After receiving the new from my sons teacher, we were able to find the sheet. The teacher asked that I sign the document in the signature area, and agreed to copy the information from the sheet that I filled out in error. Today when I came in to pick my son up, there was a message asking that I come in to the office. I asked the teacher in the classroom at that time if the message was urgent, or if she knew what the message was referencing, and was told by the teacher that she did not know the nature of the request. I was unable to go to the go to the office at the time, because of a family emergency that required my immediate attention. Shortly after leaving the school, I received a phone call from Roseann Rinear, the owner of the child care center. Without as much as a hello, she then became verbally abusive and disrespectful. Dr. Rinear was so irate during the phone call that she disconnected the call in my face. I called her back immediately because I was sure that the call had dropped. Dr. Rinear stated that it was not a mistake and told me in a very rude manner that “I could just take my son somewhere else”! Needless to say I was in shock. Not only was I threatened by Dr. Rinear, but I was also disturbed that she had access to children! Although Dr. Rinear did not make a direct racial statement, the tone in which she spoke about myself and my child had racist connotations. To add insult to injury, I was not provided with a formal notification of termination of services. Dr. Rinear displayed discrimination because I receive county services, and spoke to me in a manner that was very disrespectful. I plan to escalate this matter as I will lose time from work resolving this issue. Funds paid to organizations to assist with Social Services should be required to conduct themselves in an ethical manner. No parent receiving county services should be treated in a disrespectful manner based upon receiving assistance. I am very disturbed that this child care is in partnership with social services. Dr. Rinear should be held responsible for unethical behavior, discrimination, and intimidation.
    - Leah A.
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  • Nanny Bunch

    302 Washington Street
    San Diego, California