Early Learning Services
Whether you’re an early childhood professional, a parent in need of assistance, or are simply looking to enhance your knowledge about child development, the Early Learning services at the Center for Community Supports from Greenbush will provide you with all the support and resources you need.
From early intervention programs for infants and toddlers to our Parents As Teachers initiative and Professional Development resources, our Early Learning services are here to ensure that every child develops optimally during their early years.
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services we offer:
A free program designed for children from birth until their third birthday, our family-centered tiny-K programs are here to help you if you have a child with developmental delays or support children with delays and assist with transition to continued services as they turn 3. If you are concerned about your child’s development, diagnosis is not a requirement.
Parents As Teachers:
This is a district-provided early learning program designed to provide practical and timely information to all families, including single parents, first-time parents and expectant parents.
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Babble. Talk. Read.
Early literacy is what children know about reading and writing before they learn how to read and write. This can come from reading bedtime stories, teaching the alphabet, playing simple word games, singing songs, and engaging in many other activities.
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If you want to refresh your knowledge on child development, teaching methods or any other area in early childhood development, such as social-emotional development, the Early Learning Consortium at Greenbush can help you do it – and more!
The Early Learning Consortium is committed to providing schools, teachers, paraprofessionals, and parents with valuable training on early childhood development. Our mission is to provide districts with the tools they need to give children the best possible start in life.