EARLY CHILDHOOD CONSULTATION SERVICES
What are Early Childhood Consultation Services?
Early Childhood Behavioral Intervention Services to Children, Families and Community Programs serving children birth through age 5.
Do you know a child experiencing difficulties in a child care setting?
- challenging behavior
- difficulty with peer interaction
- extreme shyness
- trouble following classroom routines
- problems with attention that interfere with the child’s learning
Project ACT (All Children Together) can help!
Our early childhood consultation services are designed to address the social and emotional needs of children who are in family child care, a child care center, private preschool settings or out of school time programs. Children with developmental delays, social emotional challenges, or simply having difficulty adjusting to their child care program may be eligible for these free services
Our program supports staff and families in managing challenging behaviors and promoting healthy social and emotional development in order to foster school readiness, so that all children can be included successfully in their community settings. We work with parents and child care providers to address issues and support inclusion for all children.
Services are free in licensed child care settings throughout Baltimore County, Harford County and Cecil County for children birth through age five. Services are also free to Baltimore City children aged birth through age eight.
Project ACT services are FREE and include:
- On-site observations
- Ongoing coaching and mentoring for child care providers
- Program assessment and recommendations
- Referral of children to community services, if needed
- IFSP/IEP support for families
- Core of Knowledge workshops for parents and providers
Do you have concerns about a child’s behavior, development, or social/emotional well-being?
Contact Jasmine Campbell @ 410-828-7700 x1226
Project ACT’s Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation program is funded by the Maryland State Department of Education/Office of Child Care.