Infant Classrooms

  • In our infant rooms, the daily routine is always flexible to accommodate the infants’ individual needs. Because of the different feeding/sleeping schedules of each infant, the daily routine revolves around the child focusing on age-appropriate exploration and play, socialization, auditory and visual stimulation, sensory activities and outdoor experiences.

    PREPARING YOUR CHILD TO BEGIN CHILD CARE

    Parents should provide a written, “Day in the Life” summary of what the infants’ routine is like at home.  This is very helpful when acclimating a new baby to our program.

    For breast fed infants:  Parents should address readiness for an infant that is breast fed at home to accept feedings from a bottle while in care.

    TRANSITION GOALS

    The goals we work toward before the first transition of care involve reaching the developmental milestones during the first 12 months.

     

    Infant Room Staff

    • Stefanie Fedorski
      Teacher, room 118

      I am the lead teacher in Infant Room 118. I’m beginning my tenth year here at Providence. Prior to my position here, I provided infant care ate the AGH/Bright Horizons Center for 17 years. I appreciate infancy and work hard to provide sensitive, responsive, respectful care while maintaining a safe, nurturing environment.

    • Courtney Crummie
      Assistant Group Supervisor

      I am currently an assistant teacher in the first floor infant room. I enjoy spending time with my family and friends (especially my nieces and nephews). I love to vacation at the beach and hope to one day go someplace tropical. I also enjoy shopping and getting my nails done. I have worked at Providence since 2009.

    • Jamel Hazlip
      Teacher, room 201
Tours and Enrollment

To schedule a tour or to learn more about our enrollment process, please contact Leslie White, Director of Early Childhood and Youth Programs at 412-766-3860 ext. 207 or lwhite@providenceconnections.org.

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