Both of my kids have exceeded my expectations of development. My daughter is still a toddler and my son is in the Pre-K Counts program. The teachers are wonderful with him, and really help to understand how my son learns. They've gotten to know him and tailor their instruction based on his needs. I really appreciate their efforts and dedication to helping each child do their very best!
My daughter spouts off new information she's learned every time she comes home. She loves her teachers and enjoys her time there. -Theresa P.
My son has immensely developed his vocabulary and knows how to communicate very effectively even with sign language! Most importantly it is a safe place. I feel comfortable leaving my son there while I work. The staff makes sure he has what he needs at all times. - Jasmine
The teachers are reliable, knowledgeable, and caring. I’m very happy with the care and education my children get there. -Sarah M.
The teachers have been wonderful with our child and are considered family. - Jacki D.
The teachers are great, the center is clean & well run, and we have had positive experiences over the past 18 months. - Jaclyn M.
My son attended the Pre-K Counts Program at Crafton Children's Corner for 2 years, and because of that program, he has made a seamless transition into kindergarten this year. The teachers and staff did an excellent job helping to build the foundation needed for the big switch to kindergarten, and I could not be more pleased with how well they taught and took care of him! You can tell they genuinely care about the development of each child they teach, and I'm so grateful that my son had the opportunity to experience that program- Sissy D.
Pennsylvania has provided a single point-of-contact for families, early learning service providers, and communities to gain information and access services that support high-quality child care and early learning programs.
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CHIP covers uninsured kinds and teens up to age 19 in Pennsylvania who are not eligible for Medical Assistance.