Resources

  • Child First – Child and Family Interagency Resource, Support & Training Therapeutic services and intensive home-based intervention for families in Middlesex county who are pregnant or have children birth to 6 and are dealing with: Emotional and behavioral problems Extreme poverty Domestic violence Homelessness Isolation Mental health issues Multiple risk factors Contact Cathy Hayden, Clinical Supervisor at 860-358-4027 or Child FIRST referral line 860-358-4069 Read more here Share this:FacebookTwitterGoogleEmailPrint
  • Clinton Early Education and Care Centers Clinton Child Care, 160 East Main St., 669-4315 Infants through School Age, open year round CRT Head Start, 82 West Main St., 669-9497 Income eligible program for 3-4 year olds, open Sept.-May NAEYC accredited Just For Kids, 153 Glenwood Road, 669-1500 Infants through School Age, open year round Maple Avenue Nursery School, 2 Maple Ave., 669-9744 3-5 year olds, school year and summer ...
  • Early Childhood Consultation Partnership FREE SUPPORT for PARENTS Consultation is available to parents in the Clinton area with a child in preschool or daycare. If your child is having difficulty with: Challenging behaviors Making friends Controlling impulses Or any other social or emotional concern You may choose to call us for some simple ideas or you may choose to have a consultant meet with you and ...
  • Parent Support by School Psychologist Group and individual support  for parents offered by School Psychologist, Kim Brown.  Contact Kim Brown at 860-664-6501 or make contact through the Joel School website. Share this:FacebookTwitterGoogleEmailPrint
  • School Readiness School Readiness Information compiled by Linda N. Stuhlman for use at workshop on March 24, 2011 Children following developmental paths naturally become more interested in learning and in being part of a group. However, it is the responsibility of the parent to promote learning in the home prior to a child joining an early education program or ...
  • Sensory Processing Disorder – Parent Support Group Designed to help inform and support families and educators in dealing with children with sensory needs Meets 4th Tues of each month (except Dec), locations vary For more info, read the flier or contact Kristin Cafferty KLCafferty@sbcglobal.net  (860) 227-6378 Share this:FacebookTwitterGoogleEmailPrint
  • Special Education Preschool Developmental Screenings for Clinton children ages 3 to 5, Wednesdays 9:00 – 12:00am at the Joel School 2012/13 screening dates: September 19 October 17 November 14 December 19 January 23 February 27 March 27 April 24 Please call the Special Services office to schedule an appointment at 860-664-6505. Share this:FacebookTwitterGoogleEmailPrint
  • Web sites and Phone Numbers for Parents Best Beginnings: www.bestbeginnings.us Linda N. Stuhlman 669-7246 Bereavement Counseling for Children: www.covect.org 203-634-0500 Hygeia Foundation for Perinatal Loss and Bereavement: www.hygeia.org 1-800-893-9198, Dr. Michael Berman Birth to Three: Intervention Services for Children who are under 3 years old www.birth23.org 1-800-505-7000 Child Abuse Hotline: 1-800-842-2288 Child Care Info Line: in English and Spanish, information on early education and care centers and lots of other resources www.211childcareinfo.org or ...