The Child Development Program is a New Orleans preschool committed to children's social, emotional, cognitive and creative development. We consider every child as an individual and we respect and welcome diversity in a small school environment. For children to reach their full potential, as is their human right, they need medical care and nutrition, protection from harm and a sense of security, opportunities for early learning, and responsive care, such as talking, singing and playing, with parents and caregivers who love them. the child development program is designed for students who wish to transfer to a four-year university or meet the requirements to work in public or private day care centers.
Improve the development of children indirectly, through parental education and support to increase the economic well-being of the family, and directly, through the provision of quality early childhood experiences and adequate preventive health care. Because parents and caregivers are the most important providers of early foster care, UNICEF works to ensure they have the time, resources and services they need to provide them. National Association for the Education of Young Children Serves and acts on behalf of the needs, rights and well-being of all young children with a primary focus on providing educational and developmental services and resources. There was also no difference in terms of observational scores with respect to parents' behavior towards their children.
Tara Brennan Director, Child Development Program Psychologist. When children miss this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, they pay the price for their lost potential: they die before they have a chance to grow up or live in poor physical and mental health; they struggle to learn and, later, to earn a living. Enabling young children to achieve their full development potential is a human right and an essential requirement for sustainable development. The Child Development Program partners with SoundWaters, Stamford Museum and Nature Center, The Ferguson Library, The Bruce Museum, Bartlett Arboretum Gardens, Family Centers and Family Resource Centers.
UNICEF works with governments, business, civil society and academia to strengthen these systems so that children receive the services they need for their development needs, and to ensure that institutions that shape the lives of children and families work together to create an environment for them. The Child Development Program serves all children regardless of race, color, religion, disability, ancestry, nationality (including limited English proficiency), age or gender.