… I wanted to thank each of you for the blessing you have been to me. It has been a very hectic time with our reno and I was very reluctant to put L. in daycare. Your care and kindness to him has meant so much to me. I pray that you will each be blessed in return for the care you show to each child in N.Y.A.D. Lots of organizations have mottos and logos they use to sell themselves to others, but you truly live up to your name. You are clearly NOT YOUR AVERAGE DAYCARE. Keep up the great work!!!!
- D. & N. H.
… It’s appropriate to remember: “You will never get a second chance to create a first impression” and I’d like to add, “It’s harder to keep the first impression til the end, too”. But here both are achieved….I view the daycare…as a service to the betterment of a future generation. For me, N.Y.A.D. is not “Not Your Average Daycare” but it is part of my family. I really appreciate the best service they provide here and will recommend as the best place for kids. Great Job!
Overall, the staff are great! Everyone is friendly and very welcoming. Thank you for the wonderful care you’ve given our child.
- C. & A.
You are incredible! You are friendly, warm and welcoming – even in the early hours of the morning and the dark, tired, late hours of evening. You value each and every child that attends N.Y.A.D. treating them with respect and acknowledging their individual differences. You truly have the most important job in the world. You hold our future in your hands and as a parent, I cannot thank you enough for all that you do.
… Not only have the teachers gone down on the floor to look at things from the child’s eye, they have gone out of their way to make that phone call to mom just to comfort a crying child. Truly, this day care goes above a beyond the call of child care. Your mission statement is true to the value. We will miss you greatly…with the greatest respect and thanks to all the staff at N.Y.A.D., you truly are the best!!
Words cannot express our gratitude to you. How do you thank the people who took your child by the hand and cared for them as if they were their own child? It cannot be done. My child asked me the other day who were the “real life” Rescue Heroes. I proceeded to tell her about the Police, Firefighters and Paramedics. I paused for a second and added, “and your teachers”. She asked me why and I reminded her how you all care for her and keep her safe, always doing what is right for her…just like Rescue Heroes. It is often said that to teach is to touch the life of a child. You have not just touched the life of my child but the lives of our family. We will be forever grateful for the kindness and support you have shown our family and our lives are that much richer for having known all of you. ... you will always have a special place in our family’s heart.
- M., B., K., & A. R.