The center released its new brand with a bang at the Warrenville Summer Daze festival where the staff was doing art projects with all the children. David Sabathne President/CEO of the Western DuPage Chamber of Commerce adds: “Caring parents simply cannot function at their best if they are concerned about the care their children are getting when they are away. Having a child care center like Bloom can really help put the parents mind at ease."
Bloom has introduced a new concept to child care called a Personal Development Portfolio which incorporates the Illinois Early Learning Standards with an age appropriate curriculum. The Personal Development Portfolio or "PDP" is a binder filled with milestones that children are expected to meet in each classroom. The PDP focuses on four core areas of development:
The staff at Bloom Children's Center all have a significant background in childcare, and have all added their own unique value to the organization. Patricia Edmonds, owner of Bloom Children's Center adds: "In addition to having an extensive background in child care, our staff genuinely cares about the safety and well-being of the children. That is something that no organization, schooling or experience can teach."
Bloom Children's Center is currently enrolling new children between 6 weeks and 12 years old, and will be conducting tours this fall between 6:30am and 6:00pm Monday through Friday. Call and set up your time today because enrollment slots are filling fast.
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Bloom Children's Center accepts children from 6 weeks old to 12 years old between 6:30am and 6:00pm. We have before and after school programs and summer programs as well.