Alice Wei Childcare

Albany, CA

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Home-Based Daycare/Preschool
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Alice Wei
(510) 528-3610
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My 10-month old baby girl attends Alice's daycare . She started there when she was 6 months old, when I went back to work. Alice provides wonderful, loving care and our daughter is always smiling and happy when I pick her up. I definitely recommend Alice's daycare. She has an assistant and not a lot of kids (anywhere from 3 to 5 total during the time my daughter has been there), so the ratio of kids to providers is very low. One of the things I really like is that Alice is very supportive of my providing breastmilk. She takes care to store, warm, and mix it with formula (when I need to supplement). She provides a lot of individual attention and really understands my daughter's needs. My daughter consistently takes naps while at daycare, so she is well-rested and good-natured. When I leave her at daycare, I feel at ease knowing she is safe and well-cared for.

Archived Q&A and Reviews

Sept 2011

There is space for 1 more child at the wonderful daycare that my daughter currently attends. (Full time only, 2yrs +)

My eldest daughter, (who is now 3 and goes to preschool), attended Alice Wei's daycare from 5 months old until 2.5years, and my 6 month old baby goes there now. I am very happy with the care they received/receive. It is a very nurturing family environment, a good transition between nanny and preschool. There are many activities (reading/art projects/educational toys/circle times), and a good sized playyard, Alice provides a well structured day, and special occasions, birthday parties, trips to kindergym, sometimes a yoga teacher comes to teach. My eldest daughter loves to visit, they were a second family to her.

Alice has 2 very sweet boys who now go to preschool/kindergarden, she manages to create a calm/respectful environment for the children, there are always plenty of helping hands when needed, and all the children I have seen are very happy there. Lynsey