When your children are growing up, you buy them stuffed animals, blocks, baby books, and other toys that keep them busy. But these toys do so much more than just keep them entertained. However old you…Read More
Why Choose Us
“Watch Me Grow” Our Webcam Services
Watch Me Grow offers parents the ability to watch their child via the Internet on a safe and secure web cam. This provides busy parents of today peace of mind. Parents get to watch and share in their child’s day-to-day activities from work, at any time, from anywhere in the world.
Free Hot Nutritional Meals Prepared Daily
Home Away From Home centers offer free nutritional meals cooked fresh daily. We provide a hot lunch and one afternoon snack to all of our full time children. Our centers believe in keeping our children healthy therefore, we have a No Sugar & No Peanut Policy in place, which helps in preventing any allergic reactions to food. Parents are welcome to provide their own nutritional meals if they choose not to eat our center meals.
Our centers are one of the safest and secure preschools in the area. HAFH’s main priority is your child’s safety. We spare no cost when it comes to making sure we have everything in place to ensure your child is SAFE! HAFH’s entrance is equipped with magnetic key pad locks. Parents must physically be buzzed into the facilities reception area where they are greeted by our front office staff. Parents then are required to sign in and out using our Pro Care Software System. This system requires parents to input a security code specific to their family. Once the check in system has been completed, we then buzz parents in once again before entering the classroom areas. Once parents have entered the classrooms, each room has alarms on the doors which activate every time a door opens. Playgrounds cannot be accessed without entrance via a security pad located high above the door knobs so children cannot reach them. HAFH also has panic buttons located at the front entrance of each reception area. This panic button will secretly alert authorities in the event that there is a problem in any of our schools.