Parent Support

Important goals of preschool programs are to help children acquire social skills and giving them the tools they need before school entry.

About

the parent support care program at Autismsprinter

Early childhood development is critically important. At Skole, our experienced teachers and staff help facilitate this period of learning, and that’s what separates us from traditional child care facilities.

With our New Beginnings program, your baby will be paired with a primary teacher who will provide personalized attention and nurture them through every milestone—within a caring and cohesive community.

If you’re ready for more info, we’d love for you to come visit us

Individualized care

Our preschool program includes:
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Preschool program

Preschool is a big year. We’ve designed our program to give you complete confidence in every aspect of your child’s experience; from health and safety; to ready-for-school curriculum; to the full support of experienced teachers. Just as important, our program is based on what research says best prepares children for kindergarten…and all the big steps ahead.

Safety, security, and cleanliness practices that meet or exceed all state, local, and national guidelines

Signature practices

Our World at Skole curriculum includes preschool Signature Practices that offer hands-on approaches to encourage the skills your child will need in kindergarten and beyond:
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We

meet parents where they are.

Parent Leadership

Parents are committeed to help build relationships with support entities become more responsive to our children and families.

Parent Advocacy

Parent Advocacy and systems can increase their successes by working together to accomplish their mutual goals and shared vision.

Parent Support

Every parent, grandparents, kinship care providers, foster parents or anyone in a parenting role needs peer to peer support to help with navigating disability access.

Policy Breakdown

Parents learn to understanding the role of policy, through a comprehensive breakdown. Parents become better equipped to hep advocate and engage with decision makers.