Our Early Intervention and Preschool Programs

All of We Care’s classrooms have stimulating environments that are designed to promote independent learning and exploration.

  • Our Early Intervention program serves children with developmental needs between the ages of 18 months and three years who are eligible to receive Regional Center services. Learn more.

    We provide an inclusive model through our We Grow program, which encompasses typically developing children who provide peer modeling and inspiration for those with special needs. Research demonstrates that all children benefit, with dramatically improved levels of empathy and willingness to help others. We provide a ratio of three children to one teacher, and a half-day preschool setting with specialized therapeutic interventions incorporated throughout all activities.

    Each child enrolled in Early Intervention has comprehensive goals created to individualize the program to their unique developmental needs. To further ensure success, speech and occupational therapists provide consultative services in these classrooms.

  • Our Preschool program provides two preschool classrooms for children from low-income families and children who have identified behavioral and / or emotional needs due to mental health issues often related to family violence, neglect or abuse.

    Teachers emphasize pre-academic skills and positive social skills to prepare each child for success in kindergarten. We focus on communication skill-building, cognitive play, reading, early math skills, and social skill development. This program also includes behavioral specialists.

Our Teachers

We Care is privileged to have some of the most highly trained and experienced staff working in the fields of child development and mental health. They are passionate about early childhood education and every child’s growth and happiness. And our teachers have more than the state requirement of early childhood education units.

The teachers will encourage your child’s sense of discovery and investigation, help them to think about what they are doing, and help them to understand what has changed based on their experiences. Teachers take careful, precise notes to have focused discussions with you about your child’s progress, and most importantly, their accomplishments.

Visiting We Care

At We Care, we take great pride in our warm and welcoming community. We offer prospective families many opportunities to learn about our curriculum and staff.

Parent Tours provide an opportunity to see our faculty and children in our classrooms, and walk around our beautiful school. Our informative and comprehensive tours conclude with an opportunity for questions and answers with the Director of Developmental Services of the administration team. Tours last approximately 30 minutes.

Our annual Open House is designed to provide families with a complete overview of We Care’s programs, as well as opportunities for parents to speak directly to We Care’s key staff.

For more information, please contact the Director of Developmental Services.