Networking to Help Children’s next event hosted by David Chirico will be held Tuesday, July 9th 2019 at the Dive Bar Restaurant, 318 South US Hwy 1, Jupiter, FL 33477 to benefit Easterseals. No RSVP is necessary and everyone is welcome. For a $10 minimum contribution—100% of which will be donated—enjoy complimentary appetizers while supporting the nation’s largest network of child development centers for children 0-5 years of age.

Easterseals educators use specialized approaches and instruction to prepare preschoolers for school or to support current students toward greater achievement. By focusing on reaching developmental milestones through hands-on learning, services are provided in a natural environment to promote growth and success.

In Tampa, The Murray Child Development Center is an NAC-accredited center serving children ages 1-5 years. This small setting program assists families with preventive health care, serves as a liaison between physicians and schools, implements therapy and early intervention plans, and uses Teaching Strategies Gold for assessment and monitoring ongoing growth.

As a Gold Seal Provider, Murray Child Development Center teachers modify their classroom curriculum to ensure each child receives specialized instruction tailored to their unique needs. Their Child Development program includes: Low student/teacher ratios, autism-friendly classrooms, parent support, referrals to local resources, early intervention, support for medically fragile children, and a variety of other cognitive, physical, social and emotional development activities.

The Murray Child Development Center also offers specialized services such as: on-site therapy, head start, inclusive child care, and disability support.

At the Igoe-Amar Child Development Center in West Palm Beach, early childhood specialists have created a rich learning environment to stimulate children with disabilities’ physical, social, emotional and intellectual growth and development. With three unique small setting programs, the Igoe-Amar Child Development center provides quality service for children from birth to 5.

The Blooming Buddies Classroom specializes in development for children ages birth to five with moderate to severe disabilities needing more intensive care. This room maintains a 1:4 teacher/student ration and is monitored full-time by a Certified Nursing Assistant. The Tiny Tots Classroom builds skills and provides a safe environment for cultivating independence in children ages two through three. This program works on problem solving, concept formation, cooperation and self-help.

The Krusin’ Kids classroom uses child-initiated activities to balance play and discovery with teacher direction and instruction preparing children to enter Kindergarten. Early preschoolers are guided through the important transition from individual play to group play. Creative activities encourage self-expression through movement, painting and dramatic play.

Join us in supporting these amazing programs for children in Florida. You can bring cash or a check payable to Networking To Help Children, Inc. or Pay Online.