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  • A
    This facilty, The Children's House, was highly recommended for childcare. I was given the opportunity to tour the facility and it was a great experience! The children were happy and the employees were very warm and welcoming. If you are considering childcare for your little one, start here!
    - Terica j.
  • A
    Savannah Christian Prepatory School
    It is really cool. They have beautiful classes and a wonderful playground.  They do a lot of creative stuff with kids.
    - Dejan K.
  • A
    When I needed before and after care they didn’t have any spots open but they put me on a waiting list and were very thorough about checking in with me every two or three days to let me know the status.  They are very accommodating and when I haven’t been able to pick him up in an emergency they help out as much as possible.  Also, I have to take my son to his therapy 2 times a week and they have been very flexible with that.
    - Penelope C.
  • A
    YMCA - Effingham
    They are great and really good with the kids. They take good care of them, entertain them and feed them. I pay only the YMCA membership fee with is $50 monthly.
    - Sarah E.
  • A
    Bright Star Daycare
    I have been with this provider for the last year and she is wonderful. Very military friendly and willing to work with you on the times.
    - Lavone C.
  • A
    Southern Montessori Academy
    My daughter has been going to Southern Montessori since she was 2.  She is now 4 and is ready to start kindergarden, if Ga law let kids start before 5.  The Director, Mrs. Grace, is the best kind-hearted person in the world.  The staff is very dedicated and any special needs are accomodated.  My daughter has a peanut-allergy and we do not eat beef or pork.  I am allowed to supplement the items being served for the day and all teachers are trained on how to handle any medical emergencies due to her allergy.  By it being a Montessori school, younger kids are in classes with slighly older kids to help them learn and grow (2 and 3, 3 and 4, 4 and 5).  IT WORKS!!!  I am expecting a new little one and there is no doubt, I will be driving 20 miles everyday just so my newborn can attend this school.  I wouldn't trust anyone else.
    - Melody B.
  • A
    Jewish Educational Alliance
    It was very good. They were very friendly and helpful. I would recommend them to anyone. My daughter had a great time at camp.
    - Thomas K.
  • A
    Discovery Trails Early Learning Academy
    The teachers at Discovery Trails Early Learning Academy were amazing. They definitely have a love for kids, they understood what to expect from certain age groups and also when presented with the child that accelerated learning, they push that child further. They are very adaptive to the case by case basis for the children.
    - Michael S.
  • C
    Jewish Educational Alliance
    All the customary equipment in fine shape. Indoor lap pool and water aerobics. Yoga an other classes. Racquetball and basketball. Wonderful and courteous staff. UPDATE:  Management decide to no longer give towels to seniors using Silver Sneakers. They did it without prior announcement, and left it to the check-in clerks to tell people coming expecting towels. Obviously, the clerks got yelled at and call all sorts of names (tacky patrons). Then, management decided to mark the toiletries "For JEA members Only": Unbelievably prejudicial and petty... Still enjoy the low level staff, and the facilities -- just without a towel and deodorant...
    - TERRY M.
  • D
    It started in September when I noticed one of my dogs had a flea.  I brought both dogs into the vet for treatment. Over the course of a month both dogs had been treated with baths twice at a professional facility and once at the house.  Due to being 8 months pregnant at the time using pesticides was not an option as I was advised against using such chemicals during my pregnancy.  I tried other non-toxic treatments.  Including using diatomaceous earth, the only thing that held the population down was to continually wash the curtains, area rugs and sofas on a weekly basis.  As well as to vacuum daily and mop 2 to 3 times per week.  Clean laundry was kept on high surfaces to prevent re-infestation.  The two rooms with carpet were "bombed" and the the doors were shut, they will not be re-opened until my son is born and can be properly cleaned.  During this time my four year old would get the occasional bite, about 2 or 3 per week.  As she is four and has a tendency to scratch the bites would become aggravated, for treatment we would apply benadryl cream for the reaction and lanacane for the itching.  The director of the school saw the accumulation of bites, called my husband at work and informed him that if nothing was done soon she was going to report us to the Division of Family and Children Services (DFCS) for doing nothing.  Upon attempting to explain the above to the director I was told that she had to report the bites because if someone else did then DFCS would come to them and they would get in trouble.  This was about them protecting themselves.  She continued to insist that I I have the house treated, and couldn't understand why I wouldn't get the house treated.  Then she suggested I take her to family in the area, my family lives four hours from here.  Then she asked if I had friends I she stay with.  SHe also suggested I stay at a hotel, have the house treated and then cleaned.  When I told her I don't have that kind of money. She started back on not understanding why I refused to get the house treated. Out of fear that she was going to call DFCS while my child was at their facility I ended up driving four four hours each way to get my child to the nearest family member, resulting in driving 8 total hours across rural Georgia by myself at night 4 weeks from my due date risking not only an accident with deer but blood clots, as sitting for too long will cause them in pregnant women.  I called the owner in the hope of getting this resolved, she sided with the directer decided that I was talking in circles about why I couldn't treat for the fleas regardless of how many times I told her that I was advised to not be around such chemicals and told me not to bring my child back to her facility.   Note: While most people can re-enter the space after several hours pregnant women cannot 48 hours was suggested.  "Treatment" requires washing every item of clothing, every curtain, every surface and every dish......everything before I can use an item in the home again.  Upon explaining that I am four weeks away from my due date there is no way I can accomplish this, I was told that when they treat their houses or the day care its safe to go back in after 24 hours.  Then they would say, but I'm not recommending you not listen to your doctor.  If you take your child there you better do exactly what they say or they will threaten to report you to DFCS and no reasonable explanation of your choices will alter their already made up minds. All this after trusting them with my child and spending $8,103.00
    - Scott H.
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