Infants are the very best definition of human perfection. As they welcome this world and thrive daily to make sense of their environment and themselves, infants must create attachments with caregivers. Develop relationships that will instill trust and security are our priority. We thrive ourselves on providing strong attachments to new infants we begin working with. Because Infants are just beginning their lives we always follow the infant’s cue in order to meet their individual needs.
Infants often follow a different schedule than toddler or preschoolers. Upon registration parents present us with a form in which they describe their child schedule and nutritional needs to the best of their knowledge, our goal is to preserve the infants’ schedule in order to ease up the transition from home to child care.
Infants often require feedings every 2-4 hours and they might nap several times throughout the day. As the child becomes accustomed to daycare their schedule changes as well as their needs. Our priority is to meet your child’s needs as they transition from infant to mobile-infant and toddler. By the time your child becomes a preschooler their schedule falls into the pattern we follow with all children over the age of 3.