DayHeart is a modern mobile app and website connecting families and early learning and care providers and programs – and it is completely FREE for providers.
You can manage your program profile(s) on both the app and web. To get started, just download the free app from the Apple AppStore or Google Play or use the DayHeart website. If you claim your profile before 3/1/2020 you will be entered into a drawing to win up to $1,000 – see contest rules below.
Built for both providers and parents, DayHeart is a place where early learning and care programs can market and advertise their services and openings and parents can search across all their options for the care that meets their family’s needs. You can answer all the most common parent questions on DayHeart and share information about your programs so parents can find the fit for their families and you can find the families that fit.
DayHeart contest rules: If you claim your program’s DayHeart profile and add details about your program before March 1, 2020 you will be entered to win up to $1,000. One provider will win $1,000, one will win $750, one will win $500, and three providers will win $250. One entry for each program profile claimed.
Create an Account to Claim your Profile
Your program already has a DayHeart profile and you can sign up for a free DayHeart account to manage and update it. Check out your profile by searching your program’s name in the filter search then create an account. Your profile is already associated to either the email address on the state’s licensing database (Child Care Check) or a general email address listed on your program’s website. Once you create an account and sign in, any programs associated with that email address will appear on the “Manage Programs” page. From there you can update your profile(s), add photos and logos, and add current or future openings in your program.
- Check out the Provider FAQ for answers to common questions and other information
- Learn more About DayHeart and Hannah Lidman, DayHeart Founder and CEO
- More questions? Contact DayHeart
I worked closely with a diverse advisory group of early learning and care program owners and directors to create something that really addresses the needs of providers while solving a real problem for parents.
The DayHeart Provider Advisory Group includes a number of well-respected and prominent long-time providers:
- Angelia Maxie, Tiny Tots Development Centers, Seattle
- Lois Martin, Community Day Center for Children, Seattle
- Michele Austin, Bilingual Buddies Learning Centers (preschool and family child care), Seattle & Tacoma
- Roberta Wright, The Wright Child Care & Preschool (family child care), Tacoma
- Sue Winn, former family child care provider, La Conner
- Teresa Barradas, La Escuelita Bilingual Schools, Seattle
- Zam Zam Mohamed, Voices of Tomorrow (preschool and family child care), Seattle & King County