Parent Child Home Program (PCHP) - a nationally recognized early literacy program, provides home visits to teach early literacy activities to families with young children ages 18 months to 3 years old. Contact Joanne DeOliveira, Coordinator at 508-782-6939 or Sharon Kerr, Literacy Specialist at 508-782-6935.
Coordinated Family and Community Engagement Program - supports families, educators, and community agencies in identifying and locating resources for parents and young children birth through age 8.
Provider and Educator Support Services - ensures access to opportunities for early childhood directors and educators to receive, share & exchange information through a variety of means such as: a Directors' Collaborative, e-mail & peer to peer support networks, curriculum exchanges, guest speakers, and ongoing communication providing linkages to community, regional, and statewide resources.
Early Childhood Alliance (ECAF)- works in conjunction with the above programs as well as a dedicated council to advocate on behalf of the early childhood community, to assess community needs, and to ensure the coordination of services. Family members and parent involvement are welcome and are encouraged to be involved in the work of the ECAF.
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