Serving the Yardley/Langhorne Communities
Growth & Development for Ages 1 - 12 months
Families love our spacious, bright and nicely decorated infant room!
Our Infant Room is beautifully decorated and provides care for babies, ages 6 weeks to 12 months.
Each baby is given a crib which meets the new federal safety standards. Parents have a place to easily store their baby’s car seat, and a personal locker is provided for extra clothing, baby food, diapers and wipes.
The large play area in the carpeted section is the highlight, where babies socialize with one another, or just relax in the cozy corner.
We are glad to accommodate cloth diapers if that is your preference.
Children Central believes that all children have the right to grow and learn in a warm, safe and loving environment.
We are not just considered one of the best in Children’s Day Care in Pennsylvania, we provide so much more to make each day a wonderful learning experience in early childhood education for our babies.
Infant Daycare - The Learning Experience
6 Weeks – 12 Months
- Our Infant teachers care for our babies as if they were their own. They provide love, caring and nurturing as their first priority is to make sure the needs of your baby are met throughout the day
- We interact with infants on a continual basis to insure that all infants in our care receive sensory stimulation.
- We are led by the infants’ needs as we provide napping time, diapering time, feeding time, and play time.
- We constantly sanitize and disinfect the infant environment.
- Our facility is designed so that our feeding area is completely separated from the diapering area. Sanitation procedures are clearly defined for all CHILDREN CENTRAL caregivers.
We provide a daily communication record of your infant’s day.
We list when and what was eaten, diaper changing information and general infant observational notes. We help you and your child make the natural transition into the next group, which is the Toddler class.
As we do in all classrooms, we plan for a 2-week transition and graduation to the next class, which is Toddlers. This allows a child to make a gradual transition to get comfortable in the next class.
Children Central baby daycare assesses the infant at each stage and notes the accomplishments of major milestones of infant development that are observed while in our Infant Care.
Caregivers are required to obtain Pediatric First Aid and CPR training, as well as attend a minimum of 18-24 hours training in early childhood education.
Infant Care - Sensory & Motor Skills Development
- Greeting of infant
- Communication with Parents
- Receiving Infant Belongings
- Infants have On-Carpet Time
- Breakfast (According to Infant’s Needs)
- Individual On-Carpet Time for Fine Motor Development
- Outside Time Provided for Those Awake for 15-20 Minutes
- Sensory Activities
- Morning Snacks (according to infant’s needs)
- Gross Motor Movement
- Lunch (according to infant’s needs)
- Napping Provided
- Fine Motor Development
- Afternoon Snack (according to infant’s needs)
- Gross Motor Development
- Language Development
- Music Activities
- Greeting Parents at Pick-Up