6 weeks – 12 months
We know how hard it can be to leave your baby in someone else’s care when returning to work. But while you’re away, we will care for your child like our own. Our caregivers ensure that each child feels secure and comforted so that you can rest assured that you are leaving your child in loving hands.
Language development is crucial during the infant period, even before they acquire noticeable verbal skills. Infants have their own, ever-changing form of communication, which we actively encourage. We even begin to teach American Sign Language, which helps non-verbal children communicate and facilitate their basic needs.
In addition to personal care and routines, teachers spend time:
- Using rich language and labeling the world for babies using self talk and parallel talk
- Reading to help them learn new vocabulary
- Singing to help teach rhythm, rhyme, and repetition
- Engaging in curriculum experiences to promote physical, social, emotional and cognitive development
- Playing by being actively engaging with them while adding language to teach developmentally appropriate concepts and skills in a concrete manner
Baby signs involve enhanced gestures and altered signs that infants are taught in conjunction with spoken words, with the intention of creating richer parent-child communication.
Our infant teachers are caring, compassionate, and attentive to your baby’s needs. We create an environment to help nurture the development of each individual baby.
What to expect
Infant CPR certified caregivers
Safety is our top priority. Leaving your baby can be one of the most emotional things a parent has to go through. Rest assured the safety of your baby is our top priority. You can learn more about our 10-point safety-first commitment here.
We make sure to document diapering, feeding, napping, and all other important information about your baby’s day, so you stay continually updated.