Easter Seals of Volusia and Flagler Counties earns national accreditation for early care and education programs
Easter Seals of Volusia and Flagler Counties has been awarded accreditation by the National Accreditation Commission for Early Care and Education Programs. The accreditation recognizes Easter Seals as an early care and education program exemplifying excellence in the care of young children.
Award criteria include providing of high-quality programs for children, professional development opportunities for staff, and learning environments for children that exceed state licensing standards.
Easter Seals’ Child Development Center, 1219 Dunn Ave. in Daytona Beach, serves children of all abilities from age 12 months – 5 years. The program is designed to meet children’s social, emotional, physical and intellectual needs in a safe, clean, caring and fun environment. The program is offered year-round, and includes a toddler/preschool program, pre-K charter school, free VPK, and summer programs.
Child Development Center staff meet or exceed certifications and qualifications of Volusia County public schools, and the Center offers a low student-teacher ratio.
The National Accreditation Commission for Early Care and Education Programs is sponsored by the Association for Early Learning Centers, a national leader among associations serving child care owners, directors and administrators.
About Easter Seals of Volusia and Flagler Counties: For more than 65 years, Easter Seals of Volusia and Flagler Counties has provided services to help children and adults with disabilities and/or special needs as well as support to their families. In Volusia and Flagler counties, Easter Seals directly serves more than 15,580 children and adults with disabilities with therapy, education, advocacy, recreation and support services. To connect locally with Easter Seals, advocate or explore resources, call 386-255-4568 or visit www.esvf.org.