As parents, we sometimes have many questions about our child’s development. Are they on track for their age? What happens if my child is not developing on schedule? Where do I go for help? Knowing the skills that your child should be able to do at different ages and stages will help you know if your child is on track developmentally. I’ve put together parent-friendly resources to help track your child’s milestones and tips on what to do if you have concerns.
On Thursday, September 12, 2019 a few of our CDA staff and local community partners participated in our first Poverty Simulation. A Poverty Simulation is designed to increase awareness of what it is like to live in poverty and develop…
The free event is an opportunity for community members to get together, have fun and receive free, vital health screenings from healthcare professionals. Along with vision and dental checkups, Kids Care Fest features a variety of local health and community-based organizations offering medical and wellness resources.
It’s back to school time! A new school year can be a time of excitement and a time of stress for both parents and children. As parents, we want our children to do well in school. Here are some tips to help you in the process:
Child Development Associates (CDA) celebrated the conclusion of its annual fundraiser for their Preschool Literacy Program- “Storytime!” The event took place at Hilltop Child Development Center in Chula Vista. Over 40 guests attended, among them donors and community partners who were recognized for their commitment to CDA’s programs.
Beginning July 1, 2019, the California Department of Education (CDE) is required by Senate Bill (SB) 75 to collect business and personal contact information from licensed family child care providers and license-exempt individual providers who participate in any state-funded early care and education program.
We would like to inform all clients doing business with CDA that we have been informed of a suspicious visit made to one of our providers by two individuals posing as CDA employees. The individuals falsely identified themselves as CDA employees offering to send children to their daycare in exchange for payment.