Educare Early Intervention was founded in 1996 by Kim Farrell and is a non-profit charitable organization. We have been in operation for 27 years.
Mission: Educare is a holistic, inclusive, language-rich, and play-based program that promotes learning in all areas of early childhood development.
Vision: Educare Early Intervention is transforming early childhood education. With a highly skilled teaching staff, an increased teacher to child ration, partnership with trained community professionals, and a resource rich, play-based environment, our program promotes learning in all areas of early childhood development including numeracy and literacy, social competency, emotional regulation, fine and gross motor skills, and speech and language development. Educare values its members and offers a variety of support to families including orientation visits, monthly newsletters, literary resources, and parent workshops.
Educare provides programming to children aged 3 - 5 years old, and their families. Special needs programming is available to children 2.8 years old – 5 years old. We are a multi-faceted organization that has a variety of programs in place to serve children and their families to enhance supports and build strong educational foundations. Our Early Childhood Development Program includes:
Speech and Language Program
Program Enhancement Component (Social Skills Program and Pre-Printing Skills)
Family Literacy Program
Family Resource Program
Sensory Integration Program
Gross Motor Skills Development Program
Our programs provide opportunities and experiences to support:
Social and Emotional well-being
Learning differences and abilities
Fine motor/Gross motor development
Educare offers programs that incorporate a holistic approach ensuring that children are supported in the many areas of childhood development. They are supported socially, physically, intellectually, creatively, emotionally, and culturally. Educare values relationship building and family wellness; it takes a village.