Rose Jablonski is the founder and owner of Roses Day Care. She is a graduate from Florida University with an associate degree in restaurant management and a bachelor’s degree in hospitality restaurant management.
My Training and Certifications:
Roses Day Care is licensed by New York State, she is a member of the Suffolk County Child Care council Family Day Care Association, MAT certified, which is a special license to administer medication, has CPR and first aid training, which is required to get renewed every year, she also attends SUNY video conferences, which gives Rose thirty hours worth of training every other year. Rose has her CDA, which is a Child Development Associate Credential. The CDA is a national credential that requires postsecondary courses in child care education and a minimum number of hours of child care experience. Rose is also a member of the NAFCC, which is the National Association of Family Child Care.
Rose is a mother of four children and two grandchildren (who attend Roses Day Care full time) so she fully understands your concerns about putting your child through day care. Her oldest child is a Quinnipiac University graduate with her bachelor’s degree in Finance and MBA in finance from Molloy College. She now works in finance at a supply chain company. Her son is a graduate of UCONN with a degree in Sports Management working in marketing. Her third child is attending Northeastern University working towards his MBA in Engineering. Rose's youngest child is currently in high school, she is actively involved on the golf team. Why Day Care?
Rose decided to enter the day care business in 1992 after having her second child. Being around children is something she thoroughly enjoys, which made her decision to open Roses Day Care final. Rose takes care of each child at the day care as if they were her own. She helps the children with their homework, reads to them, teaches them numbers, colors, alphabet and much more. The safety of your child is Rose's number one priority.