Are preschools available? Day care? Are these expensive? What has been your experience with them, if any? Do the schools provide before- and/or after-school care?

This is surprisingly expensive for kids under 3 (about $1200-$1500/month) for a nanny at home. After 3, local nurseries are reasonable ($300/mo). - Oct 2019


Lots of Lithuanian preschools with Lithuanian or Russian language, and often bi- or multi-lingual programs. - Mar 2017


Infant care is very hard to find as most Lithuanians take long maternity leaves and depend on family support. English pre-school and day care options are available. - Mar 2017


Hard to find and relatively expensive. Nannies are also hard to find but are a better way to go if you can get one. Ask at the CLO office, but also ask around. - Jun 2013


Parents of younger children mostly send their children to programs at AISV although some families have used the Montessori school or "Saules Gojus," an English/Lithuanian program. Children under two have nannies. - Feb 2011


A few families have sent their children to local daycare centers. Also, some families have hired nannies, but doing that can be quite expensive. - May 2009


Several families have hired domestic help. It is available but not cheap. - Nov 2008


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