This is a public engagement campaign from United Way that helps parents, grandparents and caregivers explore ways to turn everyday moments into fun learning opportunities.
Provides free confidential referrals for parents looking for quality child care.
Free developmental screening for kids under age 5 as well as activities and games that support healthy growth and learning.
A campaign that supports parents as their child’s first and most important teacher.
Head Start and Early Head Start are child development programs that provide early childhood education, social services, & health services for eligible young children and families.
This is a direct service and consultation to districts in the areas of preschool and early childhood education.
This provides a snapshot of where Washington’s kindergartners are in their development early in the school year helping the state & district make decisions about education policy.
Many resources for parents and care givers including Child Care Check, Early Achievers, Kindergarten readiness guides, and more.
Spokane Regional Health District Programs
For ABC Dental, Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs, Nurse Family Partnership, Infant Toddler Network, WIC and more programs, go to: www.srhd.org/services/nursing.asp
Idaho AEYC works to improve the quality of child care and raise awareness about the importance of early education.
This organization provides superior mental, emotional and behavioral health services to at-risk children and the families that care for them.
A voluntary program that provides training in child development, education, health, and safety and assessment of child care facilities based on national quality standards.
This is a school readiness program that provides education and support for young children and their families.
The scope of the ECIC includes issues related to skills needed and resources available for parents, caregivers, and early childhood professionals.
Children have fun attending weekly programs with their caregivers, make new friends and develop early literacy skills.
News and trusted information about issues, classes, activities and support. This magazine publishes articles that provide a unique and fresh perspective on parenting.
Provides a foundation for later success and helps to promote a positive attitude toward lifelong learning. Senior kindergarten, preschool program, and child care available.
Early Learning Institute serving families with children ranging in age from 19 months to 9 years, through a combination of our full day preschool and child care program.
Gives parents a guide on how to start finding high quality child care with the best fit for their child.
The major goal of our centre is to provide high quality childcare that gives children a solid foundation for their future development and growth.
A non-profit preschool/playgroup for you and all your children ages 0 - 5. Parents participate in two program components, a parent education/discussion group and in the program.
Innovative approaches to preschool developmental screening and follow-up services is an initiative of the Government of Alberta.