The Aliza Brandwine Center is a school-based family involvement program for parents/caregivers and their young children, birth to four years of age. A.B.C. provides children with essential stimulation and socialization at a critical learning period and empowers parents/caregivers through education and support as they prepare their children to enter school ready to learn. Several spaces in each class are reserved for families of children with special needs.
Each class session incorporates a variety of individual, small group, and whole group activities, some involving parent/caregiver interactions, and parent/caregiver informal discussion while children are in separate areas of the classroom. The A.B.C. curriculum focuses on activities to develop children’s early literacy and socialization skills. Parent/caregiver discussions focus on a variety of topics related to early childhood development and family issues.
To learn more about A.B.C. or locate a program, please call us at (410) 887-4313