My name is Sarah and I am the owner of The Toddler Patch Home Daycare. I am happily married to my husband Jay and we have three beautiful children; Victoria, Matthew and Cameron. I have resided in West Hartford, CT since I was a small child and I attended Webster Hill Elementary School, Sedgwick Middle School and Conard High School where I graduated in 1991.
I have always enjoyed being surrounded by children and prior to opening my home daycare I was a school bus driver for the West Hartford Public Schools for fifteen years. I am so grateful to have been given the opportunity to open my own child care business where I can spend quality time with my own children while at the same time providing other families with tender loving child care.
I have over a decade of experience with Juvenile Diabetes. My son Matthew was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes when he was two years old. He has always had excellent control of his blood sugar levels and learned how to become self-sufficient in managing his Diabetes from an early age. Parents will have peace of mind knowing their child is being cared for by a loving, qualified and trustworthy mother who understands the commitment and dedication it takes to keep children safe and healthy. I am very fortunate to have established a thriving home daycare business where I truly look forward to welcoming each child that enrolls into my daycare as part of my family.
888 Griffiths Way,
888 Griffiths Way,
The mission of The Toddler Patch is to provide each child with a nurturing, loving, fun and safe environment where they are given the opportunity to learn and grow at their own pace as individuals. My goal is to promote early learning where the focus will be on each child’s social, emotional, physical and intellectual development in preparation for school readiness while having fun and enjoying hands-on activities. I am committed to providing peace of mind for parents in knowing that their child is being cared for to the very best of my ability and that each child is treated with kindness, understanding, patience and positive reinforcement while they are in my care.