It was my pleasure to host David A. Burton for my corporate group. I had met David through fortuitous circumstances and was immediately impressed with composure, demeanor and outlook. I invited him to speak to my group about personal leadership and wellness. David was engaging, enthusiastic and entertaining. The group responded well to his messaging and advice for approach to work as well as life. Through powerful metaphors and anecdotes, David was able to communicate effectively with the team, keeping them completely engaged throughout the presentation. Messages regarding personal leadership through commitment to self and work, seeking and taking responsibility and ownership, embracing change, "chaos", and diversity were all expertly delivered and well received. David also stressed the need for overlap between personal and organizational missions. I would recommend Global Wellness to any group, especially those who are going through difficult periods of change. David will challenge your workforce with powerful insight, offer pragmatic advice, and provide a tangible road map for productivity and happiness in the work place as well as life. Sincerely, William Fera, M.D. Vice President of Medical Technology dbmotons
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This daycare is a very clean facility with a good location. If you have a very structured, regimented child, this is the daycare you would want to use. I gave 3 out of 5 stars for the reason that I have a busy, young , 3 year old little boy who is just starting to become structured, but not there yet. This daycare was unable to accommodate his personality style and lost their ability to try to work with him because the center is what was referred to as small. Some of the staff at this point would not communicate, and worked very unprofessionally. I loved this daycare from the beginning, however, they do NOT have the ability to work with children who need a little extra attention, and some of the staff lost patience very quickly. There were days that my child would scream when we got close to the center because he did not want to go anymore. If your child has a disability or is not fully structured, this may not be the facility that fits for you.
The bottom line when it comes to a good daycare is: are your kids safe and in a loving and nurturing environment? At weekday ministries the answer is a resounding yes. Every single teacher I have encountered there genuinely loves children. I've been impressed with the "curriculum" and while, at first, I thought it silly to call my child's daycare a school, it truly has been a place of learning. My daughter has made good friends at her school and loves going every day. They've also been great at working with me to potty train her, and they are very understanding of the difficult process. I know that my daughter sees her teachers as an extension of our family. If I ever have a concern, no matter how small, her teachers and/or the director are responsive and they have addressed any concern adequately and professionally. I am content knowing that my children are safe and happy when I am at work. This school has been the perfect fit for us.