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Thinking of extending your stay in Colorado Springs? You'll find so many things to do right in the city or within driving distance of Colorado Springs. This beautiful stretch of the Rocky Mountains offers dozens of area attractions, including...
The Fourth of July is one of those minimum-stress, maximum-fun holidays. No gifts. No planning.  Just pack the family into the car for a day of fun at one of the dozens of great celebrations in and around Colorado Springs.  We have...
Seeking opportunities for you and your children to give back to our community this summer? Look no further. Colorado Springs Moms Blog has assembled a list of fun charitable events that will be fun for your family and help...
Are you in a date night rut? Are you looking for something fun to do with your sweetie other than the typical dinner and a movie? Well, our friends at First & Main Town Center are here to save...
The first signs of Spring are popping up all around us in Colorado Springs! We hope this season brings buckets of rain mixed with sunshine and blue skies. From Easter events, Spring Break camps and activities, hiking, and gardening, there...
Spring has nearly arrived in Southern Colorado, which means it is time to think ahead to summer camps. Early registration has begun for most programs, so we compiled this Ultimate Guide to Summer Camps in and around Colorado Springs...
Some child care centers, like the one my kids attend, offer extra curricular classes like dance or martial arts where they bring the instructor into the center to conduct class during the day. I was more than willing to pay extra for this class for the luxury of being able to skip the wait-list for a Saturday morning dance class we could otherwise attend and I not having to drive there. I wish there were more opportunities like that.
Costwise, In Home Child Care in Colorado Springs generally ranges from about $125 -$180 per week, per child depending on the operation. This rate often covers the hourly rate, plus any food the child consumes for meals and snacks. It usually does not cover diapers, wipes and formula.
Sometimes however, the main consideration is the hourly rate of childcare versus the hourly rate for the parents. Depending on your situation, sometimes the math just doesn't justify one alternative over the other. Fortunately, there are programs to help when ends don't meet.

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The Colorado Springs Guide to Pediatric Therapy

When your child needs specialized care, searching for a provider can seem like a daunting task. The Colorado Springs Guide to Pediatric Therapy will...