Rheitta Ohene-Amoako

Founder

All Things Daycare is the ultimate resource for early learning leaders. My desire is to spread the wealth of knowledge I have obtained over the years while continuing to gain some more along the way has led to the establishing  All Things Daycare.

 

I started by childcare business as an in home provider in 2004. With in the first 6 months of opening I reached my enrollment capacity. I decided to expand to a group center. I went through the zoning process to expand my in home program which took over 6 months, but was denied. Even though my application was denied, I learned from that process. In 2007, with a desire to grow and learn more about the business of childcare, I closed down my program, but still worked in the childcare/early learning industry. I had the opportunity to work in some of the best childcare centers, in a variety of income areas, from high, middle to low.

In 2013 I reopened my childcare center, Learning Hive. I also started helping others start and grow their early learning and after school programs. I have licensed early learning centers and after school programs, grown them from zero clients to full capacity. I have applied for exemptions for my clients and been approved. I have been through the licensing process many times with my clients. They all got licensed to operate the first time the state came out. I have worked through the change of ownership process and facilitated a smooth transition. AND I own and operate 3 childcare centers.  I have gained and harnessed  all the skills and expertise it takes to help childcare business leaders begin, brand and build profitable programs of excellence.  

 

​Navigating the registration/licensing process can be an overwhelming task. From selecting a location, working within city and county zoning codes, the fire marshal and state licensing rules and regulations; which are constantly being updated, one can easily give up. That is where All Things Daycare comes in. My goal is to guide my clients through the process of selecting a location until they receive their state license to operate a childcare center and beyond.

                                    Growing a profitable childcare program can be achieved 

                                                      with the right systems in place. 

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