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  • B
    Active Life Chiropractic & Rehabilitation
    Good people, good care. I didn't care for the pushing of 3x a week for care. Was not covered under my insurance provider, which made the care very expensive. Ultimately choose another provider not pushing a certain number of appointments and under my insurance provider.

    - Eddie R.
  • A
    Earl L. Arnold, DC
    His office has closed and he now does on-site adjustments. He will come to my house at 5 o'clock in the morning, which is awesome. He is awesome. I have been seeing him for 2 or 3 years now. My insurance covers it really well and my co-pay is like $7 for 4 visits.
    - Tina P.
  • A
    Grace United Methodist Pre-School
    This preschool is AWESOME. Both of my girls attended with my youngest starting in the infant room. I don't think I could have left her anywhere else at 9 months old, but they get so much personal attention that I felt very safe and confident leaving her in their care. They use a curriculum as the kids get older, and both of my girls were very prepared for kindergarten. I gave price a and quot;Band quot; because they are one of the most expensive in the area, but you do get what you pay for here and they are worth the extra expense.
    - Kent B.
  • A
    Hermitage Hills Day School
    After trying out a couple daycares for my 3 year old, I stopped into Hermitage Hills Dayschool. I was overly impressed. They have a beautiful, clean facility, are very organized and communicate well with parents. They feed them excellent food, which has always been a sore spot for me in the past, but not now. They even have cameras that I can access with a username and password so I can see my child during the day playing at school. It's a little pricier than the competition, but I feel that the benefits I'm receiving are worth the difference.
    - Brian G.
  • A
    Hermitage Hills Day School
    We couldn't be happier with our daycare! My biggest fear of returning from maternity leave was leaving my new baby with anyone other than me. Hermitage Hills is amazing and I feel that my daughter is safe and cared for. I truly feel that the owners, director, and teachers care for my child. I interviewed all of the daycares in the area and Hermitage Hills Day School was definitely the best fit for us. It is clean, secure, organized, and the staff goes above and beyond. We love our babies home away from home!
    - Angela V.
  • A
    Hermitage Hills Day School
    The facility is nice and clean. They have a security system on the building. The classrooms are neat and organized. The meals are healthy and included in tuition. Their prices are average but you get much more than most facilities. The teachers are good. The children do some very creative crafts and art projects. Communication with parents is strong. The ratios in the rooms are low, so children get more attention.
    Overall, I would suggest it to anyone. We've had a good experience and really enjoy having our son here. Honestly, most of the daycares in the area are terrible but Hermitage Hills Day School is defintiely head-and-shoulders above the rest.
    - Angel E.
  • A
    Grace United Methodist Pre-School
    Their prices change depending on how much of their service we use; they charge us monthly. They are a little more expensive than the other out here but we definitely get what we pay for. They are really personal with our kids. It is a high quality place. They are more on par and are a preschool with extended hours but most of the kids there are preschool kids. The preschool hours are from 9:00am to 2:00pm and the mother's day out are for the whole day; the extended hours are from 6:30am in the morning till 5:45pm in the afternoon. They are really good. They are clean and always very organized. The only complaints that we hear from the other parents is that they are too organized sometimes because they are pretty by the book. If inspectors walk in anytime then they will be fine. We had our daughter Megan in the middle of grad school so we were using more child care than we normally would have especially having a little one at home. She started over there when she was nine months old in the baby room; they meticulously clean. It was one of the years when flu was bad but she did not get sick the whole season. They are excellent. They are probably the only place our here that we would have felt good about leaving her for a full day at that age.
    - Kent B.
  • F
    Covenant Family Child Care
    They were absolutely awful. The facilities were in desperate need of repair. The bathrooms were disgusting and you could smell them outside of the room. The toys and play stations were not age appropriate and were falling apart. The food, that they give the children, is junk food. I actually saw one of the teachers hit a child. The teachers were very lazy. I'm pretty sure on a few occasions the adult to child ratios were over state limits. The baby room always had babies laying on the floor crying. There's nothing good to say about this from start to finish. The facilities were awful and the teachers were lazy and apathetic.
    - Angel E.
  • C
    Treehouse Learning Academy
    I'll start with the pros. First, they claim to follow a learning program and don't allow the children to watch tv. They have a large outdoor playground. The ratios are low.

    Cons: I don't know what it is with this area but all of the childcare facilities are a joke! They're the most expensive daycare I found in the city at $173 a week. I have toured every daycare I can find in Mt Juliet and Treehouse was one of the better ones. The school stinks most of the time. I never saw one teacher interacting with a child. Most of the time, the teachers would be sitting down drinking their coffee and reading a book when I would drop off my child. When the weather was nice then they would be on the playground. I didnt like how the teacher would move the children by grabbing their arm. I walked in one day to find a teacher screaming at her class while the director sat in her office. I heard the teacher from the front door of the school so I know the director heard her. I immediately walked into the directors office and she defended the teachers actions. Under no circumstances is it ok for a teacher to scream at a child, especially when you're the most expensive daycare in the city. As sad as it is, Tree house isn't the worst daycare in the area.

    I've done as much research as I can and have found Mt Juliet Christian Academy to be the best program in the city and it is a few dollars cheaper every month than Treehouse. Grace United Methodist also has a strong program but their waiting list is approximately 18 months long.
    - Angel E.
  • A
    Arnold, Dr. Earl L.
    He is open early; I see him at about 5 o’clock in the morning, and it is very convenient for me. He is very fast and does not mess around; the work is done and I leave. His treatment is very effective. His gentleness is fine, and his friendliness and professionalism are good. I deal directly with him and not with his staff. I would continue to use him in the future.
    - Tina P.
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