Bridges to Growth
Bridges Toddler Time Brenda Broussard @ Toddler Time Parent Support Group at Bridges
Parents are a child’s first and most important teacher. Safe, nurturing and literacy-rich early environments are essential to building the social-emotional foundation for school readiness…..and for happy, healthy kids. Bridges To Growth, an Early Childhood Program of The Georgetown Project, helps over 600 parents each year become more confident parents who are knowledgeable about how kids develop and about the importance of positive parenting from day one in a child’s life.
Childcare workers are required to complete training hours annually to work with children in registered daycare settings. Bridges To Growth is the only local source for ongoing provider training. About 200 childcare and preschool workers each year have access to low-cost quality training at Bridges To Growth.
A 13-year initiative to build skills in Georgetown parents and childcare providers, located in the Georgetown Community Resource Center, at 805 West University Avenue. Call (512) 864-3008 for more information or email Jane Hazelton, Bridges Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hours of operation: Tuesdays & Wednesdays 10 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Training classes nightly.
Bridges to Growth provides high-quality, affordable, family counseling. Our focus is on improving family relationships in our community. Please call for an appointment (512) 864-3008.
Calendar with classes and events
(includes Childcare Provider Training Classes, Parenting Classes, Support Groups, Toddler Time, and Events)
see "calendar" below for a physical calendar with classes posted.
Bridges calendar (shows month to month events on a physical calendar)
(Bridges to Growth offers a free library that circulates infant and toddler toys & books, reference books for parents and childcare providers, and bilingual parenting materials. Call 864-3008 for more info.)
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Work Room with laminator, die-cuts and Cricut machine
- Zero to Three interactive learning tool - Early Experiences Matter!
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