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Infant Care Program
Every infant has particular preferences, rituals and routines, but there’s one thing they all have in common: a need for consistent, responsive caregivers. We follow infant’s cues and allow them to eat and sleep on demand. Somewhere between three months and six months of age, most infants begin to develop a more predictable daily rhythm. We provide older infants with a smooth routine that balances active and quiet play, thereby reducing stressful and abrupt transitions.

Each infant has a primary caregiver who spends the most time with him or her, records activities on the daily log, and does most of the communicating with parents. 

Infants have their own crib in the nursery. We practice Safe Sleep as recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics. Cribs do not have bumper pads and infants are put on their backs to sleep. Bedding is washed weekly or more frequently, as needed.

Infant activities include tummy time, supported sitting, and free movement all with access to colorful, safe toys. We also do art and music activities such as finger painting, dancing, and musical instruments.

The teacher-to-child ratio in our infant rooms is 1:4.

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