The Value of Corporate Sponsored Child Development Programs
Essential to a business or a corporation is continued success in the retention and continued motivation of a talented team of employees. Attention to the issue of helping employees better manage work and family balance will enable an employer to retain the best employees and attract new talent to the organization.
Mildly Ill Program
The Mildly Ill Program provides alternative care for your sick child. The Mildly Ill Center is a Level 1 children’s sick-child care program for those days when your child may not attend child care or school because of a minor or temporary illness.
Mildly Ill Enrollment Packet
Mildly Ill Program Fee Contract Enrolled
Mildly Ill Program Fee Contract Not Enrolled
Mildly Ill Program Health History Infants
Mildly Ill Program Health History Preschool
Mildly Ill Program Parent Handbook
Mildly Ill What to Bring Checklist
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Providence Early Learning Lab
The Providence Early Learning Lab (PELL) is a collaboration of the Center for Child Development and the University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Teaching and Learning Early Childhood Program. Under the supervision and guidance of UAA professors, pre-service teachers, majoring in Early Childhood will attend class on site at CCD and will observe, plan and implement activities with our young children.
The mission of the PELL is two fold: to prepare/educate/train pre-service teachers in a high quality environment; and to co-construct knowledge and refine best practices that improve the field of early education in our communities throughout the State of Alaska. The PELL is committed to engaging in meaningful, interdisciplinary research that makes a difference in the lives of children and families, preparing high quality childhood teachers and providing exemplary early education programs.
The Center for Child Development (CCD) at Providence Alaska Medical Center is a non-profit Early Childhood Education Program. The center was developed by the Sisters of Providence with the mission to provide a quality, licensed, enriched child development service to employees, community affiliates, and their families.
In keeping with the mission of supporting the basic need of families, the Center provides educational opportunities that focus on the child and assist in their development of a positive self-concept. The children are allowed to explore and discover in a happy, caring environment as well as mature through social activities and develop a positive self-image. Through modeling, the staff provides families with effective parenting practices that are respectful to the child, consistent, and developmentally age appropriate.
As an Alaskan Early Childhood leader, Providence Center for Child Development networks with and supports other community agencies, facilities, and organizations in order to meet the State's early childhood needs in the most caring and respectful manner.
For more information, please call (907) 212-3075.