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How do you find local weekend child care services?

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Care.com, DaycareMatch.com and YellowPages.com are some online tools to find local weekend child care services. Craigslist.org also features a child care section under its "Community" section where local service providers place ads.

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Care.com is a site where child caregivers post profiles to attract customers. Each listing provides a brief biographical section, desired pay, caregiver age and experience. The profiles also include special qualifications such as CPR and first aid training. Users can refine searches based on caregiver type, such as special needs, tutoring and day care center. To contact a caregiver, users must set up a free account.

DayCareMatch.com is a site that focuses on day care providers. Users can search local listings by city or state. The providers are divided into categories such as premium, standard and basic providers. In each category, the number of available openings is listed for each day care center.

Yellowpages.com provides many resource links for those wishing to search for child care in a particular area. Listings include name and address of service providers. There are links to company websites and in many cases reviews of the business. The site also features an interactive map with each location highlighted with a pin. Different areas can be accessed by changes in the toolbar.

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