The program focuses on a single, straightforward, proven solution to accelerating brain growth, boosting social-emotional development, and increasing kindergarten readiness. That solution: Giving early childhood educators the tools they need to improve language environments equitably and to truly connect with each and every child in their care. In just five weeks of LENA Grow (or … Read more >
We have a paid lobbyist who works to support the industry through legislative advocacy work. We also advocate with the state regarding any advocacy needs that arise in the industry. We are a solutions-based organization and strive to improve processes and services for providers throughout the industry.
ECEA provides free trainings for business owners ranging from classroom management techniques/supports to the fiscal management that sustains businesses. Our trainings are free to anyone, but members receive training certificates for attending the live sessions.
The final Friday of every month, child care providers can meet raise any questions/concerns that they have about the industry. It’s an informal conversation that keeps ECEA aware of advocacy needs.
Continuing education programs for early learning professionals, including the Child Development Associate, Inclusive Practices in Early Childhood, and MA in Learning, Developmental and Family Sciences offered in partnership with University of Colorado Denver.
Child First is an evidence-based, trauma-informed, two-generation (caregiver and child prenatal through age 5), home-based mental health intervention that serves young children and families most impacted by systemic and structural inequities. The aim of the program is to intervene early to promote nurturing, protective relationships which can both heal and prevent damage to the child’s … Read more >
Colorado utilizes a regional resource and referral network to deliver services for child care resource and referrals (CCR&R). CCR&R organizations conduct work specific to supporting a system of local or regional child care resource and referral organizations coordinated to ensure efficient and effective delivery of child care information and resources to families and programs. The … Read more >
The Weld County Diaper Bank is to ensure that all families in Weld County have a sufficient supply of diapers to keep their children clean, dry, and healthy. The Family support staff provides diapers on a monthly basis to partner agencies, while also increasing public awareness of diaper need.
Preschool and Child Care serving children 6 weeks old to 6 years old in a Christian setting.
Monthly Professional Development and Networking for Montessori Administrators and Montessori teachers. We have two locations – Denver and Fort Collins. We will be expanding to Colorado Springs and the western slope.