Teen-Parent Program - for teens that are pregnant or that have a child younger than three years old.
Parent-Child Playgroup - Activities to help parents spend time with their children, for children to play with others, and for parents to meet and network. Tuesday and Thursday from 9:30-11:00 a.m. at Dean Street Elementary, Room 405.
Parent-Child Home Visits - Parent Educators will provide meaningful and practical activities for you and your child through regular
Developmental Screenings - Free development screening is a valuable tool that can show you where your child is developmentally, and what milestones the child will be working on next. Please see the Preschool Screening Dates for more information.
Parent-Child Family Nights - Spend a fun evening with your child each month where you play, learn and help keep your family strong. Each month the parents will be provided with meaningful information on their child’s growth and development. We will talk about discipline issues, education, etc. Following the parent meeting, we will have the families come together for a parent-child activity, along with a healthy snack. Child care is provided.
Parent Resource Library - Check out books on parenting, autism and early childhood topics such as: developmental milestones, toilet training and behavioral concerns. Library is currently held at Dean Street Elementary, Room 405.
If you are interested in any part of the program please contact:
|Verda Dierzen Early Learning Center|
|Kristin Baldwin or Jennifer Hedrich|
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