Early Childhood Services Benefit Children from Birth to 8 Years Old

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Early Childhood Services Benefit Children from Birth to 8 Years Old


ACES Early Childhood Services is committed to strengthening the connection between families, our member districts, and the local early care and education community in our region. At the heart of our work is a belief that building relationships and trust between families, schools and community agencies will lead to better outcomes for children. Our programs and services build on these dynamics by assisting, early care and education, school and community programs, to meet the standards of excellence set by the National Association for the Education of Young Children, the CT Office of Early Childhood and other quality measures in the field.

ACES Early Childhood Services' work is carried out through regional collaboration, which allows us to respond to pressing community needs while maximizing resources. This work is funded by grants, contracts, and fees for service. ACES believes in giving the youngest children the best possible educational start. ACES Middlesex County Early Head Start Partnership, directed by ACES Early Childhood Services division, is a prime example of one such collaboration. This Early Head Start partnership serves low-income families in Middletown, Cromwell, Portland, Old Saybrook, Clinton and Westbrook. Now in its fifth year of federal funding, the ACES Middlesex County Early Head Start Partnership community partners include the Middletown Public Schools, Middletown Adult Education, Middlesex Hospital Family Advocacy Program, CT Birth to Three, CT Department of Children and Families, CT Dental Health Partnership, Injury Free Kids, and the Wesleyan University Center for Community Partnerships among others. Through this state and regional collaboration, ACES is able to respond to community needs, share best practices, prepare a more qualified workforce, and maximize resources. …

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