How to create a listing for your daycare with Upwards?

Modified on Mon, 18 Sep 2023 at 04:23 PM

Listing your licensed in-home daycare is simple with Upwards!

Simply follow the instructions on Signing up for your Daycare with Upwards on the App or Web. Based on the information you submit in the questionnaire, we'll build you a Upwards listing for families to view more information about your daycare.

When you list your daycare with Upwards, interested families can learn about your:

1. Program basics like:

  • Ages accepted

  • Operating days and hours

  • Teacher-to-child ratio

  • Government subsidy acceptance

  • Daycare license number

  • Provider type

  • Curriculum

  • Meals provided

2. Teachers

We'll create a short biography about you for families to read, including years of experience and any special certifications. If you have an assistant or co-owner, we also recommend having them listed.

3. Reviews

Interested families love to see reviews! Reviews from happy customers, friends, and family are an excellent way to highlight your experience and provide authentic insight into the quality of care you provide. Once you partner with Upwards, you can request for your current and previously enrolled families to write a review for your daycare. They will receive an email requesting a brief review to help showcase your credibility to Upwards parents that click on your listing.

The more reviews you receive, the more credibility you'll build.

4. Tuition

What is the cost of your daycare? Almost all families look at the tuition rates before reaching out to a daycare; they want to ensure they can afford you! This section lists all your Upwards rates; we recommend listing your full-time rates at a minimum. Note that these are viewed publicly! Always share your Upwards rates with interested families.

5. Location

We take care of writing a short description of your daycare's indoor environment and your neighborhood's surroundings. That way, families can envision your space and your community. Your address will not be publicly shared for the safety of your family, your enrolled children, and yourself.

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