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This home-based early childhood parent education and family support program is designed to help parents give their children the best possible start in life. The program serves children ages prenatal/birth through kindergarten entry. Parent Educators (through weekly/monthly home visits) provide parents with:

  • information on child development
  • playgroups – held at the Early Childhood Center twice a week.
  • encouragement and ideas for parent-child activities that enhance language development and intellectual growth.
  • activity ideas to help a child’s social development and motor skills.

Parents as Teachers also partners with the Dorothy Bramlage Public Library and other community partners. Hours are scheduled by appointment with evening visits available.

Mary Cay Stauffer

Mary Cay Stauffer

Coordinator of Parents as Teachers

As Coordinator of Parents as Teachers, Mary Cay Stauffer oversees a no-cost, early learning program for parents, grandparents, and guardians whose children are birth to kindergarten. She also organizes fun learning activities and developmental information that is shared during home visits, play times and group meetings.