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the first 5 years
Playing & Growing
Discover play programs, family activities & community events.
Play Programs
Indoor Playground

Attend one of our Indoor Playground sessions. During these times you can connect with other families. This is an opportunity for your child to practice important social skills in a fun, unstructured session. Throughout the playground are opportunities to practice all areas of development. A program facilitator will be available to answer any questions you may have. 

Our indoor playground is an INCLUSIVE PLAY SPACE. Children and parents with disabilities, including with intellectual disabilities, are welcome. Give us a call is you would like to discuss any necessary accommodations.

Outreach Family Play & Learn Sessions
Free sessions are offered in numerous communities for parents and children to explore and play, while learning about child development milestones, positive parenting and ways to incorporate each into play-based activities.

Family Play Groups

Programs include sessions such as Dadderday Nights, Parenting Tips & Playtime, and Crafternoons.
In the Community
Activities and play programs in the community can be found here:
Play. Learn. Grow. Together! Video Series
Did you know that your child’s brain is almost fully grown when they are just six years old? When you help your child learn before age six, you are building a foundation for social, emotional, physical and academic skills that will last a lifetime. Simple activities like dancing, singing, talking, reading, playing and exploring with your child help to build their cognitive skills, language skills, spatial and math concepts, social skills, empathy, motor skills and problem-solving skills.

Watch these videos to learn more about the importance of learning in the early years and what you can do to help your child.
Developmental Screening
What Is It?
The Ages & Stages Questionnaires (ASQ) are a set of questionnaires developed to quickly check how your child is doing in their physical development, as well as their social & emotional development.
Why Is It Important?
This screening tool provides a quick look at how children are doing in important areas, such as communication, physical ability, social skills, and problem-solving skills. An ASQ can help identify your child’s strengths as well as any areas where your child may need support.
How Do I Access It?
Click the link below to fill out an ASQ online. If you prefer a paper copy of the questionnaire, please contact our office at 306-825-5911 or