Kids off the couch
Kids of The Couch is a daycare center that helps more than 200 children in New York City. Our center provides services such as child care, consumer advice, and parental services.
We will pick your child from home and return him or her at the end of school. You don't have to worry about pickup and dropoff.
You can hire a nanny for specific child care services. The nanny will become part of your family, and you will pay them per hour.
Traditional Day Care Centre
The majority of daycares in New York do not have traditional daycare centers. We have changed this by providing half-day or full-day services for children. These services include field trips and meals.
We also teach parents how to raise their children in the right way. We have parental counselors with years of experience, and they will support you during your parental duties.
We provide minute-by-minute supervision for young children. Our daycare experts are qualified child supervisors with CPR certification.
Social Skill Promotion
We are a licensed in-home daycare providing service. You can invite us to your home, and we will take care of your child from there.
Diet Monitoring and Promotion
Our staff includes dietitians and nutritionists, who know the right type of healthy eating.
We offer speech pathology services. We teach your child language, speech, gestures, and literacy.
Now Taking About Our
Kids of the Couch daycare were founded in 2000 to provide the best daycare services to children in New York. The founders were early childhood experts who believed that daycare services are an essential part of the education process. In 2002, we accepted our first batch of children aged between three and five years. As our services became more popular in New York, we decided to move to Queens.
By the year 2007, we had increased our number of staff members to 17. We began offering in-home daycare services and transportation in 2012. Today, we boast of five transportation buses, 15 classrooms, and 38 teachers. We also have five partners who help children from disadvantaged families.