Early Learning

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Sandy Elsworth
Director of Early Childhood
Monica Murnan
Director of Student Support Services
The early years of a child’s life are critical for optimal development. Greenbush provides the information, support, resources, and encouragement that parents and families need.
Infant-Toddler programs, also known as tiny-k, are family-centered early intervention programs with the primary purpose of helping families whose children have developmental delays or disabilities. Through free screenings, families can receive information on their growth and development. If a child qualifies for our services, an individualized plan will be put into place based on the family’s priorities. Services may include specialized instruction and other therapies.  All services are free and home-based.
Parents as Teachers is an early learning program designed to provide practical and timely information to all families including single parents, first-time parents and expectant parents. Parent Educators share age-appropriate child development information, address parenting concerns, and engage the family in activities. In addition, we coordinate group connections, screening, playgroups and provide resources.