Early Childhood Consultation Partnership

 

If your child’s biting, hitting or refusal to listen or participate is affecting their performance in preschool, the Early Childhood Consultation Partnership can help.

The Early Childhood Consultation Partnership is designed to offer Early Childhood educators relationship-based consultation services. These services focus on healthy social and emotional development of children from birth to first grade. Directors, teachers, support staff, parents and consultants collaborate on a range of interventions from brief phone consultations to intensive center-based consultation to manage behavior issues and improve student success.

Services are provided to parents, as well as childcare center staff, including:

For parents:

  • Six weeks of consultation with parents and child’s teachers
  • Action plan to help parents learn new skills to cope with day-to-day challenges
  • Recommendations/Referrals to other resources
  • Two or more additional support visits to help implement an action plan at home and in the classroom
  • Convenient times to fit parents’ schedules

For childcare staff:

  • Up to 12 weeks classroom-based consultation
  • Direct support with social/emotional interventions
  • Staff training on managing disruptive behaviors
  • Support visits to help implement a plan of action in the classroom and at home
  • Ongoing staff support

Access Services

Lakeisha Reed, LPCA
LReed@thevillage.org
860-236-4511 x3787

Whitney Simmons, M.A.
WSimmons@thevillage.org
860-236-4511 x3615

Raquel Vasquez, LMSW
RVasquez@thevillage.org
860-236-4511 x3680

Location

Clinical services are provided in child’s daycare/school. This program is funded by the State of Connecticut’s Department of Children and Families’ Early Intervention Unit.