Children's day care is not that easy to find here in Saudi Arabia. Many families employ foreign domestic help as maids or nannies, and not that many women work here - so there is not the demand for day care here like there is in the states where both parents often work. There are usually child care facilities available in Western compounds where working expats live or at schools where a large percentage of employed women work.
Mommy Deb's Day Care is a new business that opened in Jeddah recently. It is centrally located in Salamah District, close to Madina Road and near the Casablanca Hotel. The normal daycare hours are from 7am until 3pm every day except Friday, with additional care and services available into the evenings. The facility provides care for children of all ages, including infants.
Other services provided are tutoring and English conversation classes for school age kids and adult women with flexible hours daily after school and into the evening. Children can enjoy activities such as reading, painting, singing, dress-up, building blocks, or other imaginitive play.
Mommy Deb has lived in Jeddah on and off for the past 30 years, but steadily for the last 14 years. She has raised six children of her own and has babysat since she was a teenager.
Mommy Deb also has lots of teaching experience too, having taught Kindgarten through 12th grades throughout the years. Aside from her natural motherly instincts, she has also taken a training course to become a certified daycare provider in the states.
For rates or more information, please contact Mommy Deb at 059-167-7161 or email her at: MommyDeb'sDayCareIS@gmail.com