Useful Contact Information

There were times while I was overseas that I wished I had a Barbadian directory. There is a good website that is available, www.barbadosyp.com, that has many telephone numbers, but you have to know what you want in order to know where to look. For example, if you search for ‘paediatrician’, you will get no results. You have to type in ‘Doctors’ then scroll through to find specialists, since they are not categorised.

Below are links to pages within this website that contain the telephone numbers for some essential services and classify medical practitioners to make them easier to find. Where a website is available, I have hyperlinked the name, so just click to be redirected. I will gradually review some of the services as this site grows, so stay tuned.

If you have any questions or topics you would like to see addressed, please feel free to contact me in the comments section or at bajanmom@hotmail.com.

MEDICAL PRACTITIONERS

https://bajanmom.wordpress.com/2014/01/10/doctors-in-barbados-classified-by-specialty-location/

UTILITIES

https://bajanmom.wordpress.com/2013/12/31/contact-information-utilities/

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  1. Heather Waterman

    Hey… I wanted to know if you knew anything about the homeschooling process in Barbados. I know that it is accepted,but I am unsure as too what the procedure is. I have been living outside of Barbados for the past 8 years I have been home schooling my 2 children since that time and believe in the parents right to provide the best education possible for their child.

    I do so with the help of online curriculum as my children are American citizens I use a program called Connections Academy which provides me with teacher assistance, books, and online class. By the end of thier high school life, my children will have recognized high school diplomas. I would like to continue on this program with my children. Do you know of the procedure that I have to go through in order to do so.

    I think such a program will be highly beneficial for parents in Barbados most schools are overcrowded and teachers are overworked.

    • Good morning, Heather. Interestingly enough, I am currently collecting information on the subject. Once I have everything in place, I will publish an article late this week or early next week.

  2. Hi, I have been reading your post All evening and you have given some valuable information on returning nationals. I plan to return by yearend. Can you tell me what steps I will need to take to start a bar and restaurant business here. Thank you

  3. Hi! Any contacts on car seats and toys/child equipment? I will be taking a long holiday in Barbados with my 2 sons and will be happy to purchase anything second hand 😉

    Thanks!

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