Faith-Based, In Home, High Quality Early Child Care and Preschool Program.
Nurturing little souls to express themselves in a positive environment that encourages them to flourish into their individual uniqueness. We empower parents offering support and resources that fits their needs.
- Licensed with the State of Michigan
- College Degree in Early Childhood Education
- Child Development Associate –CDA
- Organic, healthy foods
- Two classrooms
- Enclosed outside play area
- Clean, all natural essential oil products
- Preschool program
- Dance and stretch classes
- Polyvagal Theory incorporated (see below)
- Located at 6 Mile and Wayne Rd in Livonia
- Affiliated with Great Start to Quality 5- star rating system
- Mid Michigan Child Care Food Program
What We Do
We care for infants as early as 2 months of age, with an individualize plan of care, making sure they are feeling loved, safe, and comforted is our highest priority.
We care for toddlers up to the age of 5 years old. We encourage imaginary play, exploration, and hands on learning. We offer a positive environment with safety first for our little toddlers. As well as a preschool program that promotes every stage in their development.
Every child is unique with their own special talents. We work with each child to encourage growth and confidence with creative expression. We identify their interests while keeping in mind their needs as we learn together in a positive, healthy environment.
What is Polyvagal Theory? Polyvagal Theory, at its heart, describes how the brain’s unconscious sense of safety or danger impacts our emotions and behaviors. When children don’t have safe relationships, or when they have had emotional, medical, or physical traumas punctuate their lives, their ability to love, trust, and thrive is damaged. Children who have had multiple relationship disruptions often have physical, behavioral, or mental health concerns that follow them into adulthood. By incorporating the lessons of The Polyvagal Theory-all of our caregivers are trained and must be aware of children’s unconscious processing of sensory information both from their surrounding environment and internally. As early childhood professionals we know that we can play a critical role in helping a child establish a sense of safety and security in their environment by our trained responses on any given day. It is of the utmost importance that our children harbor feelings of safety, security, and contentment. Our educators use scaffolding as part of our child care program which supports polyvagal theory by adjusting our support techniques to suit an individual child at a developmentally appropriate level. This ensures that our children are moving forward at a healthy pace based on their individual needs.