Now, more than ever, there is pressure on parents to supplement academic, in-school learning with home education. Dot Foods Women’s Leadership Group (WLG) put together a list of resources to support Dot parents during COVID-19. 

All Employees

Find Local Childcare Using Sittercity

Find Trusted Caregivers for Every Need

If you need childcare, senior care, housekeeping, pet care, special needs care, tutoring and homeschooling help, and more, is the site for you.


Babysitters and tutors take a personalized approach to every session. Babysitters plan an age appropriate activity for the child(ren). Whether it’s building a marshmallow tower, learning the sounds of the ABCs or working on math and reading, they create engaging and educational sessions for the child. Best for kids ages 3 and older.


How it Works

  1. Book a session
  2. Sitterstream matches you with a sitter/tutor
  3. Sitterstream connects you on FaceTime or Zoom


  • Month Membership: $19.99 per person – includes access to SitterStream and SchoolStream, hassle free matching & simple rebooking and 100% verified
    • Monthly discount for businesses who purchase 100+ monthly memberships. $15.99 per person
  • Sitter Rates
    • 30 minutes – $13
    • 60 minutes – $20
    • 90 minutes – $33
  • Tutor Rates
    • 30 minutes – $25
    • 60 minutes – $45
    • 90 minutes – $65

Mt. Sterling Employees

Local Child Care Portal: Brown County Child Care

West Central Child Care Connection

A resource and referral agency dedicated to supporting children, families and the childcare community by promoting options in accessibility, affordability and quality care.

Quincy Family YMCA

The Quincy Family YMCA will offer to provide a place for kids to attend their virtual school classes with supervision, instead of going to school in person or staying at home. 

    • Students will be required to wear masks at specific times, like when they come in or out of the building and when walking between rooms, like the bathroom or the gym. 
    • The Y will not be providing any educational materials. Staff will only help students with the virtual curriculum option provided by their school. 
    • Students will have to bring their own laptops from home or the ones provided by the school.
    • The program is not exclusive to Quincy residents. Families from surrounding areas can also use the daycare program if their school provides a virtual classroom option. 
    • Parents can drop students off as early as 7:30 a.m. and pick up as late as 6 p.m.
    • Registration for the program is now open. The cost will be $100/week for members and $125/week for non-members. Financial assistance is available.
    • Parents can register by calling the Quincy Family YMCA at 217-222-9622
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