Our services include:
The Infant/Toddler specialist is happy to assist any family or center program that focuses on providing developmentally appropriate and quality care for infants and children less than three years of age. Contact Jordon Helgason for help with your infant and toddler program! email@example.com or call 410-543-6650.
Jordon can help you with:
Related trainings on site or at LSCCRC during the evenings, weekends or as needed
ITERS (Infant Toddler Environmental Rating Scale)
Information on the Social,Emotional development of infants and toddlers
Pamphlets, handouts and activity ideas for appropriate care of infants and toddlers
Services available in Somerset, Wicomico and Worcester counties
The Lower Shore Child Care Resource Center offers training opportunities* for child care providers, pre-school teachers, parents and anyone else interested in quality, up-to-date early-childhood/school age information.
Consideration will be made for training requests. Contact the Training Coordinator, Leslie Sinclair for more information. firstname.lastname@example.org
*You must pre-register for most trainings that are offered.
**In order to receive credit, you must be present for the entire training.
Contact the Resource Center. Phone 410-543-6650 for more information.
Cash, Check (made out to Salisbury University), Visa or Mastercard
All payments need to be made at registration and prior to classes
ONLINE CLASSES ARE NOW AVAILABLE - click here
The Lower Shore Child Care Resource Center provides technical assistance to current or prospective child care providers.
Services include but are not limited to:
Services are offered free of charge and can be offered through telephone consultation and/or on site visits.
The Lower Shore Child Care Resource Center offers a full lending library for child care providers with materials for infant, toddler, preschool and school-age programs. The Resource Room is open Monday-Friday 9-5 with extended evening and Saturday hours several times per month.
Find these resources and more in our Resource Room: