Early Childhood Education

For Children with and without Special Needs

Children, with and without special needs, prepare for kindergarten together as they actively participate in a natural flow of play, quality early learning experiences, and nurturing interactions with classroom teachers. The program is nationally accredited (NAEYC), has an excellent 5-star rating, and offers on-site nursing care.

Children attending Kindergarten readiness program will engage in activities in each of the developmental domains, allowing them to be social-emotionally, cognitively, and physically prepared for kindergarten and future school years. Additionally, Lead Teachers work on a tailored set of developmental related goals daily for each child in the classroom. These goals target fine/gross, social/emotional, and cognitive skills.

Young children’s natural curiosity and energetic imaginations can lead to stimulating learning opportunities All classrooms provide guided play experiences along with opportunities for unstructured play to support children’s knowledge in key areas and their lifelong enjoyment and pursuit of learning.

Building peer interaction skills allows children to successfully interact with one another, such as sharing, taking turns, asking for assistance, and helping one another. Classrooms are arranged to create physical and socially environments that can help promote peer interaction among all children.

Research has shown that a smaller ratio of staff-to-children in childcare settings is a consistent predictor of outcomes. Children are more likely to experience better care, have developmentally appropriate activities, and a better quality of interactions with caregivers. Low staff-to-child ratios are found in all ESRW classrooms.

Redwood’s Standards of Quality through Ky ALL STARS

  • Commitment to quality by participating in Kentucky All STARS.
  • Degreed teachers and credentialed staff
  • Lower child to teacher ratio and group size
  • Emphasis on health and safety
  • Two-way communication with families
  • Specialized curriculum
  • Developmental screening and assessments

In addition, Redwood is accredited through the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC). NAEYC accreditation allows families to recognize quality early learning programs and have comfort knowing their children is receiving high quality education

Learn more about each of our inclusive learning opportunities in our brochure below and click here for the lunch menu for Fort Mitchell and Florence locations.

Early Care and Education for Infants & Toddlers

The right amount of stimulation and exploration will help your child develop the skills they need to advance to the next level.

Early Care and Education for Preschoolers

Our degreed early childhood teachers provide preschool education to children with and without disabilities. Preschoolers follow a nationally-recognized curriculum for kindergarten readiness.

Medical Day Care – Prescribed Pediatric Extended Care (PPEC)

Special nursing services for children with complex medical needs in an all-inclusive quality learning environment. Skilled nurses and other specialized staff provide care as directed by each child’s personal physician.

Medical Summer Program

We provide enriching activates for children and youth (ages 5-21) with medically complex conditions, both during and after school hours.