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Our child care center is an extension of your home—a place where your child can grow and learn through a variety of physical,social, emotional and intellectual activities. We are dedicated to early childhood and your child's needs as an individual and peer within a group.

At Carriage House Day Care, we place emphasis on love, nurturing and developmental activities for infant and toddlers. While the same is true for preschool children, their day also consists of pre-kindergarten concepts and skills. Through the Pinnacle Curriculum, toddlers and preschoolers will explore a well-rounded balance of learning experiences and many opportunities to develop important skills needed to be successful in school. Our Pre-K classroom, which consists of those children preparing to enter Kindergarten utilize the Get Set For School curriculum by Handwriting Without Tears.

Our staff and programs are committed to providing an environment that fosters independence, confidence and self-esteem among children. As a working parent, you deserve the best for your child—this is our commitment to you.

History

Carriage House Day Care established in January, 1991, is a non-profit corporation governed by a Board of Directors. The center is located on the grounds of the Bradley Home which founded Carriage House. The Bradley Home is a long-term life care facility which is home to the many residents who interact with the children at Carriage House Day Care.

Our intergenerational program is designed as part of our curriculum and to promote CARING & SHARING TOGETHER!!

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