Our Programs

Infant Care (6 weeks to 16 months)
Infants enjoy gentle play and appropriate stimulation in our infant room.

Waddlers/Toddlers (17 months to 2 years)
As children transition from infant care the primary focus is on practicing new skills through repetition, using language to express ideas or wants to comply with simple commands and to explore and develop a level of comfort in the world around them.

Pre-school (3-4 years of age)

Universal Pre-K (4 years of age)
We offer a FREE full day pre-kindergarten program from 9:00am-3:00pm for children 4 years of age before December 1st. The primary focus is kindergarten readiness.

School Age (5 years to 12 years)
My Life Counts is the central theme for our school age “wrap around” program. This enrichment experience is designed to help children develop a strong sense of who they are. Children learn to respect their bodies, their minds, their neighbors and their environment. We strive to promote a sense of daily personal responsibility.

To enroll your child, call (585) 436-0454

Summer Camp and Holiday Programs
On school holidays and during the summer months, My Life Counts is a full-day program with a host of activities at the Center as well as frequent outings and field trips. We assist children in setting positive and ambitious goals for their lives and help them develop realistic plans for achieving these goals.

Family Support and Education
Gathering of Families provides education and guidance addressing the needs and interests of both parents and children. Parent couples, single parents, young mothers, grandparents and other care-givers can participate in monthly workshops providing information as well as a support system for their active families.

Home Away From Home Program
The Home Away From Home program provides FREE scholarships for children between 6 weeks and 5 years of age experiencing homelessness. The purpose is to provide a stable environment as families transition from homelessness, in some cases due to fires, death of a loved one, domestic violence, loss of employment and/or illness, back into permanent housing, employment, school and/or counseling. In some instances JACDC will provide transportation both to and from the Center.

To enroll your child, call (585) 436-0454

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