Abdel Karim says there is some sense of relief that providers can go back to a normal class ratio.
This comes after Governor Mike DeWine gave the green light, vowing to keep a close eye on COVID-19 cases.
"We still have some families that are scared to come back or go back to work even. But I think we're coming along. I mean, it can't last forever," said Abdel Karim.
The director also says she's following all the guidelines in order to fulfill the needs of her parents.
Campbell is just one of those many parents who need childcare to continue working in their field.
"If you gotta get out here and to go to work, that's what you have to do. I mean, these are the chances that we're taking. I mean, we take them everyday when we go to the store. The grocery store. Family members. Everywhere," said Campbell.
So far, Abdel Karim can't say if Childcare Adventures will go back to full classes, as they are waiting for a further conversation.
"I think it's a very good step in the right direction. Again, we still have to sit down with our parents, our staff, input, see what's best for the children. When it comes down to it, what's best for the children and the families," said Abdel Karim.