Endwell (760 Hooper Rd.): 607-484-0184

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Future Faces Child Care and Learning Center | Child Care | Johnson City, NY
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Trustworthy Infant Care Services

At Future Faces Child Care and Learning Center, we know how difficult it is to leave your infant under the care of someone else – that’s exactly why our team focuses on making sure your child is loved and cared for in the best possible way while they're with us each day. Our infant care services are available all year round for children from 6 weeks to 18 months of age.

  • Sound stimulation

  • Color stimulation

  • Texture stimulation

  • Fine and gross motor skills

Daily activities for our infant curriculum

Rates for infant child care services

  • In business for 18 years

  • Multiple locations for your convenience

  • Staff is certified in CPR and first aid

  • Staff is educated and experienced in child development, including 30 hours of training every 2 years

  • $20 discount for each additional child

  • 1 paid week vacation available to families who have been enrolled full-time for at least 6 months

  • Each center is licensed by the NY State Office of Children and Family Services and the Department of Education

  • Staff members are fingerprinted and cleared to work by the NY State Office of Children & Family Services

  • Fully insured

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  • Weekly: $235.00

  • Daily: $55.00

  • Part-Day: $38.00

  • All rates are accurate as of January 1, 2019.

Infant care curriculum objectives

  • Educational objectives - our team will provide appropriate, beneficial educational experiences for children to participate in, to help facilitate the learning process

  • Cultural objectives - we encourage respect and diversity and can provide a curriculum designed specifically for children with limited English proficiency

  • Social objectives - we provide opportunities for all children to engage in cooperation, socialization and building positive relationships with their peers

  • Emotional objectives - we provide comfortable and safe environments for children to begin exploring their feelings and we encourage communication skills to help children express their feelings and emotions

  • Physical and recreational objectives - we support all children's needs for physical activity to help them develop motor skills and a proper understanding of health and fitness

  • Cognitive objectives - we have created an environment where children are allowed to learn to think critically and develop the concepts necessary for them to be able to understand the world around them

Parent responsibilities for infant children

Please supply the following items for your infant and be sure all items are labeled with the child's first and last name:

  • Diapers, wipes, powder and / or ointments

  • Pre-made bottles for the entire day

  • Bibs

  • Sippy cups

More information about our caring staff

As a part of our teaching strategy, we not only provide daily opportunities for children to develop their social skills, but we also create several positive social learning experiences each day. We are committed to making sure that opportunities exist for children to apply the problem-solving skills that they have learned. This will help them to independently process and resolve small problems while we maintain our focus and commitment to develop each child's dignity and positive self-image.

Other available services our team can provide

Future Faces Child Care and Learning Center can also provide important child care services for toddlers, pre-school, and school age children. We also have before and after school child care options for working parents.

 

Call 607-797-6499 today if you have any questions for our staff, or you may visit any of our nearby centers in Johnson City, Binghamton, or Endwell (760 Hooper Road or 800 Hooper Road)! We are here to assist you!

Future Faces Child Care and Learning Center provides all necessary bedding for infants. However, if you like to supply your own bedding, please ensure that it is properly labeled. All bedding is intended to be taken home on Friday to be cleaned and returned the following Monday.

Discipline policy

Firstly, teachers facilitate the development of a positive self-image and good self-esteem by respecting, accepting and comforting, regardless of the child’s behavior. Teachers will practice developmentally appropriate guidance, which will demonstrate respect for encouraging children to develop self-control and the ability to make better decisions in the future. Learning self-control for children is fostered when teachers treat them with dignity and use of the following discipline techniques.

 

Guiding children by setting clear consistent and fair limits for the classroom behavior or in the case of older children, helping them set their own limits. Teachers must value mistakes as learning opportunities and redirect children to more acceptable behavior or activities and consistently encourage the appropriate behavior. Teachers must be sensitive and listen to children talk about their feelings and frustrations. Children must be guided by teachers to learn and resolve conflicts; teachers must model the appropriate skills that children can follow to solve their own problems. Teachers must patiently remind children of rules and their rationale as needed and teacher’s expectations must match and respect children’s developing capabilities.

 

Teachers will provide children with many opportunities to develop social skills such as cooperating, helping, negotiating, and talking with the person involved solving interpersonal problems. Teachers will facilitate these positive social experiences throughout their daily schedule as well as in their teaching strategies, curriculum goals as well as preparing the environment for children to learn these skills through exploration and interaction with adults, other children and materials. Teachers will be alert to possible conflicts and either intervene appropriately or allow the children to resolve the conflict independently.