2017 - 2018 Impact Report

 

Our Mission:

To elevate and promote the highest quality early childhood development and education in Indian River County, focusing on economically challenged children and families.

Our Vision:

The Vision of Childcare Resources is for all children and their families to benefit from a high quality learning experience. 

Our Vision:

The Vision of the Childcare Resources School is to create a community hub for high quality learning experiences.

Building a Kindergartener

 

In support of our Mission,

Childcare Resources offers comprehensive services to program students (six weeks to five years) and their families at the Childcare Resources School and four privately-owned contracting centers. Together, these services enable students to achieve success in kindergarten and beyond.

By the Numbers

79

71

1,098

200+

Children served at the Childcare Resources School

Children served at contracting centers

School Volunteer Hours

Children remain on the waiting list

High Quality Early Education

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100%

of children improved literacy and critical thinking skills

90%

of children improved motor skills

(Children that completed the 2017-2018 school year)

Supporting Wellness

6

children referred for mental health services

 8

adults referred for mental health services

19

children received speech therapy

10

children received occupational therapy

7

received physical therapy

 

607

hours were logged in the Childcare Resources therapy rooms
 

Supporting Parents

3

parent educational opportunities offered throughout the school year

79

parents attending educational opportunities

Building an Educator

 

In support of our Vision,

Childcare Resources offers multiple educational opportunities for teachers including professional development workshops, credentialing, one-on-one coaching, and guided communities of practice. Together, these programs elevate early education throughout Indian River County.

By the Numbers

338

162

68

26

Unique Outreach Participants

Participated in Multiple Opportunities

Participating Centers and Organizations

Average Hours per Participant

Professional Development Workshops

4

workshops

 

448

educators

(total attendance)

254

educators

(unique attendance)

Credentialing Program

2

17-week semesters

24

students earned a Florida Childcare Professional Credential (FCCPC)
    

30+

educators remain on the waiting list
 

Coaching Program

2

coaches

 

44

teachers

 

575

one-on-one site visits

Communities of Practice

2

cohorts

8

meetings

19

teachers participated in group-guided  learning

Conscious Discipline Immersion

5

Conscious Discipline workshops 

 

4

months of follow-up technical assistance

 

79

teachers

2,066 children impacted

*Estimated impact on students in early education. Number does not include additional impacted children in kindergarten, elementary school, and after-school programs.

HOURS

School:

M - F  7:15 am - 5:30 pm

Administrative Offices:

M - F  8:30 am - 5:00 pm

© Childcare Resources of Indian River, 2020

772-567-3202

 

2300 Fifth Avenue, Suite 149
Vero Beach, Florida 32960

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