The cornerstone of our program is providing opportunities for healthy ego development in the young child. At Children's House, the daily routine caters to a young child’s need to feel important and be successful.

Children are invited to participate in activities, as they are ready and confident to do so. Social interaction and verbal communication are stressed. Children’s efforts are consistently acknowledged and complimented. Children are encouraged to make choices regarding activities, which most interest them. This option provides practice at decision-making, promotes independence and allows children to feel some control over their day. This framework reinforces children’s ability to be successful, thus rewarding them with a positive sense of self-worth.

Children's House seeks to support parents and offer guidance in their child-rearing efforts. We are always happy to offer resource and referral to the families we care for. We are available for conversation, comfort, and professional expertise as needed.

Children's House does not discriminate in providing service(s) to children and their families on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, gender, age, veteran status, gender identity, cultural heritage, political beliefs, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, marital status, or any other legally protected status.

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