Family, Friends and Neighbors Who Care for Young Children
Stratford Parents’ Place (SPP) is reaching out to families, friends or neighbors who provide child care in their homes for young children other than their own. Many Stratford children in their birth through preschool years are in the daily care of family friends or neighbors in their homes and Stratford Parents' Place is offering programs and services for this important group of people through the Family, Friends and Neighbors Project.
One component of the Family, Friends and Neighbors Project is monthly Provider/Child Activity sessions at Stratford Parents’ Place, 719 Birdseye Street, Stratford. The schedule for remaining three months is: April 20th – Exploration and Experimentation, May 4th – Everyday Math and June 1st – Music. from 10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. All Stratford adults who care for children other than their own are invited to attend.
SPP, a cooperative project of Stratford Community Services and the Stratford Public Schools, is a family resource center located at Stratford Academy/Johnson House, 719 Birdseye Street. All programs and services are for Stratford residents and are free of charge. The United Way of Coastal Fairfield County provides funding for the Family, Friends and Neighbors Project.
For more information about this exciting program please call Stratford Parents’ Place at 203-381-6992.