The Winston Prouty Center for Child and Family Development provides inclusive education and family support to promote the success of children and families.
The Center is comprised of the Early Learning Center and Community Based Services, which includes Children’s Integrated Services (CIS), the state of Vermont’s program for providing support to young children (0 to 6) and their families; the Early Education Initiative (EEI) collaboration with Windham Southeast Supervisory Union; and Family Supportive Housing (FSH), a program to help families with young children who are homeless find and maintain housing.
The Early Learning Center offers early care and education for children age 6 weeks through 5 years. CIS includes Early Intervention (formerly called Family Infant Toddler), Family Support, Early Childhood Family Mental Health (with HCRS), Nursing, and Specialized Child Care (with Windham Child Care Association).
The Early Learning Center is nationally accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children.
The Early Learning Center maintains a 5 Star rating by the State of Vermont’s Step Ahead Recognition System (STARS)
Check out Family Matters, the Brattleboro Community Television program where we discuss topics of interest to families with young children: http://www.brattleborotv.org/winston-proutys-family-matters