Child Care Services with Early Childhood Education and School-Age Programs

For more information about our Pandemic Child Care Center, click hereTo apply for Pandemic Child Care, click here to download the Child Care Enrollment Application and the Pandemic Enrollment Addendum. Both forms will need to be completed. If you have any questions, please contact Tracy Pohlabel at tpohlabel@ursdayton.org.

Why Choose United Rehabilitation Services?

United Rehabilitation Services offers Child Care Services with Early Childhood Education and School-Age Programs for children with and without special needs, ages 6 weeks to 17 years. Our child care center is 5-Star Rated for Ohio’s Step Up to Quality Program, which ensures we meet the highest quality benchmarks and an unsurpassed continuum of care that exceeds licensing standards including:

  • Low child-to-staff ratios in an inclusive setting
  • Teaching staff with bachelors degrees or higher and specialized training
  • Full-Time Nursing Services
  • On-site Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapies
  • Military Child Care Aware Member and TRICARE Provider
  • HeadStart and Early HeadStart Provider
  • Preschool Promise Partner
  • Parent Support Group
  • Our child care center was also awarded the Get-Up Montgomery County Healthy Child Care Award of Excellence for exceeding standards in the areas of nutrition, physical activity, and screen time in child care environments. Click here to view our brochure about our Child Care Programs.

 

Our Special Needs Child Care Classrooms

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Infant & Toddler Programs

We offer exceptional care in a safe, secure environment for infants, with or without special needs, ages 6 weeks to 18 months and toddlers ages 18 month to 36 months.  Our program utilizes the Creative Curriculum, a nationally recognized educational program focused on the cognitive, physical and social development of your child.

Preschool/Pre-K Program

Our child care center provides a nurturing atmosphere for your preschooler whether they have a disability or are typically-developing.  We utilize the “Creative Curriculum”, Learning without Tears and the principles of “Conscious Discipline” to create an optimal learning environment for children to participate in developmentally-appropriate experiences that instill confidence and creativity.  Children enjoy consistent daily structure, movement, and indoor/outdoor playtime in our state-of-the-art facility.

School Age & Latchkey Programs

Before and after school child care and full-day summer camp is available for school-age children, 7 to 12 years of age. Our program utilizes the “Core Curriculum” and offers opportunities to expand your child’s knowledge of math, science, language and art. Our Latchkey program is the only regional program designed to meet the special needs of students with disabilities ages 12-17, providing a nurturing and engaging environment for social interaction and educational experiences before, during and after school.  The program offers on-site Nursing Services, as well as feeding, toileting, and support for other activities of daily living.  On-site Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapies are also available.

Monday through Friday, on regular school days, child care is available before and after school from 6:30-9:00 am and 2:00-6:15 pm.  We attempt to offer full day services when school is not in session, including teacher in-service days, snow days, school breaks, and throughout the summer.

Youth can participate in activities including computer sciences, art-enrichment programs, outdoor play, reading, and assistance with homework.

Summer Camp Program

This full-day summer camp program is offered Monday – Friday for children ages 6-17 years.

Our Summer Camp Curriculum includes science and art enrichment, literacy, music and movement. Enrollment for Summer Camp begins in January and typically fills quickly.

For questions about the Youth Services Department, please call (937) 853-5428 or contact Tracy Pohlabel, Youth Services Manager at URS.

Parent Support Group

The Parent Support Group is facilitated by parents and includes topics exploring intense emotional responses, experiencing the gifts your child offers, expressing feelings of loss, practicing self-care and self-appreciation, strengthening bonds with your child and family as a whole and more.

The program is offered in eight sessions during the school year from September to May and includes free dinner and child care. Please join us from 6:15 – 8:15 pm at URS on the following dates: September 17, 2019, October 15, 2019, November 19, 2019, January 21, 2020, February 18, 2020, March 24, 2020, April 24, 2020 (Cancelled) and May 19, 2020.

For more information on Youth Services, contact Tracy at tpohlabel@ursdayton.org or call 937.853.5428 or Amanda Pauley at apauley@ursdayton.org or call 937.236.8909.

 

United Rehabilitation Services of Greater Dayton respects, advocates for, and shall not interfere with the exercise of the Client Rights as established in Section 5123.62 of the Ohio Revised Code, by URS policies and procedures, and person centered philosophy. Click here to view.

All of our services are designed to meet the expectations outlined in our Code of Ethics and Cultural Competency and Diversity Plan. These forms are available on our Reports and Forms Tab, click here to view.