My children attended this KinderCare for a few years and it was very good for us for a while. Susie is a good Director who does her best to try to accommodate kids with special needs. My son with autism was age 7 or 8 before he was toilet trained and they agreed to take him when other daycares (including Kids R Kids) refused, saying that they didn’t have the staff for his level of care. Christopher attended preschool and after school care there. One staff member was able to give him a lot of 1:1 attention and my son made progress reading and writing (I had to pay extra for their Phonics class). Once she left, however, my son languished, lying on the floor staring at the ceiling, or else climbing on tables and chairs out of boredom because he couldn’t do what other kids his age could do for play; and although he could make his basic wants known to adults, he couldn’t talk to other kids. When we came to pick him up he would bolt out the door. There were too many big kids crowded into a small space and it was too noisy, but I felt I didn’t have options because I didn’t think anyone else would take Christopher. KinderCare was good for us for a while, but as he got older he needed more stimulation than what a large daycare could provide. ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS BUSED TO: Ward Elementary, Brookwood Elementary, Clare Lake Elementary, North Pointe Elementary, Armand Bayou Elementary, Witcomb, Falcon Pass.