Archive for the "Support" Category

Community Cafe

Posted on November 13th, 2023

On November 9th, the Early Childhood Collaborative of Southington hosted a Community Cafe to discuss how to identify and support Southington’s young children with disabilities or developmental concerns. In addition to parents, participants from the SPARKLER, Southington School District and a local SEPTA group also attended. The goals were to: – Educate parents about the […]

James G. Williamson Memorial Scholarship

Posted on February 24th, 2022

For our 15th anniversary with the The Community Foundation of Greater New Britain, the Early Childhood Collaborative of Southington is honoring the memory of Jim Williamson with a scholarship. Jim, the former CFGNB President, was a Southington resident who strongly supported early childhood education and the ECCS. Interested students should complete the SHS Common Application […]

Connecticut 2-1-1 Childcare

Posted on November 23rd, 2016

Connecticut 2-1-1 Child Care is a free, confidential, and statewide service which helps match the requests of parents and child care providers with programs. Available Monday – Friday from 8 am to 5 pm. Dial 211 or 1-800-505-100 or go to Parent resources on their website include: Children’s Growth and Development IDEA Individuals with Disabilities […]

Connecticut Child Development Infoline

Posted on November 4th, 2016

The Connecticut Child Development Infoline supports children’s healthy growth and development, starting from pregnancy. They provide services related to: Child development screening and questions In-home support Developmental delays and disabilities Special Education Special health needs Dial 211 or 800-505-7000

Care 4 Kids Closing to New Applicants on August 1

Posted on July 19th, 2016

Major changes are coming to the Care 4 Kids program which helps low to moderate income families in Connecticut pay for child care costs. The Care 4 Kids program, which is sponsored by the Connecticut Office of Early Childhood, will CLOSE to NEW APPLICANTS on August 1. Currently, working families who are under 30% of […]