6 weeks to 15 months

Our infant program is designed to meet the individual needs of each infant.  Your child will be cared for by a primary care giver to provide consistency during feeding, napping, interactions and communication with parents.



Program Features

Both social interactions and independent play are encouraged to promote a balance of exploration, confidence, and nurturing. Our infant rooms have been thoughtfully prepared for our youngest children to explore and interact in a safe, stimulating environment, while offering challenges as they grow and develop.
Because parents know best what food and drink to provide their children, we ask parents to provide the formulas and milk in family-familiar bottles for baby. Our staff will collaborate with you on a feeding schedules and preferences.
As your child becomes older, we encourage independent bottle holding and cup introduction, along with the introduction of solid foods and finger foods. When your child shows readiness, we will help him or her transition to sit at a small table in a chair for meals and snacks.
There is a 3 to 1 child teacher ratio.


What to Pack

To make certain your child is comfortable, please have available on your first day the following items,
ALL labeled with your child’s name or initials.
• Two full changes of clothes (socks, pants, shirts, onesies, hat, jacket)
• Blanket
• Pacifier
• Spare bottle and ready to feed formula
• Cereal, baby food, snacks, juice
• Bibs
• Diapers and wipes
• Cream or lotions
• Sippy Cup
• Disposable camera (optional)

When is my child ready to transition?

Each child and family is unique and will exhibit different readiness for making his or her way to the toddler area. Generally at 15 months old, some children are ready for a larger group environment and are willing to adapt to a more structured room. Our care-givers will work with you to identify these behaviors.
Signs to look for at home include:
• Ability to walk steadily and unassisted
• Use of a sippy cup and readiness to be weaned off the bottle
• Self-feeding of finger food
Attainment of these types of physical milestones illustrates new boundaries and often times a willingness to explore. When you feel your child is ready, speak with your childcare giver, and together we will build a transition plan for a smooth entrance to toddler’s play.