“As a caregiver, friend, and human being Taylor is in a class all her own. Over the years I have known her and had the privilege of employing her to care for my daughter, Taylor has been exceptional. She is enthusiastic about the work that she does and approaches it all with boundless creativity, sensitivity, and professionalism. It was a huge comfort knowing that my daughter was always in such capable and loving hands with Taylor. She gave me the ability to focus on my work and also the joy of returning home to hear about the day’s adventures. Moreover, she was a bright light in the life of my daughter who I know loved being with her each day.”

Suzanne Chesney, Mother and Costume Designer


“In the year that I have known and employed Taylor Couch at Whetstone Workgroup’s childcare program and as a babysitter for my own children, I have continually been impressed by both her amazing ability to connect with kids of all ages, AND her ability to creatively design projects to pique their interest. She is able to create activities that keep kids aged 0-8 entertained for hours. With kids these ages, that is a serious testament to her enthusiasm and skills! I highly recommend Taylor and her imaginative programs to all my friends with kids – they’ll learn a ton, and have a blast doing it.”

Jessica Strong, Whetstone Workgroup


“My children loved your ‘Kids Perform with STEAM’ classYour ability to keep the children engaged and excited about learning about art at this age was amazing! I truly believe this gift of yours has transformed my children’s understanding of art for the best. Keep up the excellent work!”

Angenique Walwyn, business owner and Mother


“As a professor of oral communication I’m always looking for exemplary guest speakers and Taylor was a perfect choice. She made her topic, how to successfully interact with young children, engaging and beneficial to all.  She shared her expertise and experiences with enthusiasm, descriptive language, and humor.  A++ to Taylor from this prof!”

Amy Couch, Oral Communication professor  (and Taylor’s mom)