When you’re at work, it’s vital to ensure that your child is getting the proper care and nutrition. Getting professional infant care is a great way to ensure that your little one is receiving plenty of attention and learning as much as they can before school begins.
At Crème de la Crème, we help children thrive by focusing on the following areas:
At Crème de la Crème, your child will have plenty of opportunities to develop their social skills through interactions with other kids and caretakers. Through these activities, your child will build confidence, learn to share and create friendships, and develop a range of other social skills.
At Crème de la Crème, your child will receive excellent care on a unique schedule designed to meet their individual needs. This includes feeding, changing, and nap times.
Your child’s early years are some of their most formative, and it’s important to ensure that they receive the stimulation they need to develop and learn. At Crème de la Crème, your child will be exposed to a variety of activities to help them develop their hand-eye coordination, motor skills, and listening.
While at Crème de la Crème, your infant will have plenty of time to develop their language skills with caretakers and other kids. Our professionals are also trained to use American Sign Language and baby sign language to help children communicate before they are able to speak.
These are just some of the benefits of our infant care program in Las Vegas:
We provide a clean environment for your child to thrive and take all necessary safety precautions to safeguard your child while you’re away.
Our parent connectivity app lets our caretakers share feeding, sleeping, and changing routines, as well as developmental milestones with parents.
We offer all-inclusive tuition that covers necessary changing supplies, linens, food, and formula.
Our facility maintains a strict ratio of four caretakers to one child to ensure that each infant receives ample care and attention.
All of our caretakers are highly trained and certified. They’re also encouraged to improve their skills through continuing education.
No matter what your child’s communication needs are, our staff is trained to accommodate them. They have competency in American Sign Language, baby sign language, and Spanish.