The Play & Learn Community

Play and Learn is proud to be an active member of the Montgomery County and Southeastern Pennsylvania communities. From special community events like our annual “Hauntless House” in October to regular clothing, toy and food drives, Play and Learn is dedicated to making our community a better place to live, play and learn.

Within Play and Learn’s child care network, we provide management services to two Montessori Children’s House locations in Blue Bell and Horsham. Montessori schools represent many cultural, economic and educational backgrounds. Play and Learn also provides management services to Jenkintown Day Nursery, which has provided early childhood education since 1903. The common element among our families is their interest in providing their children with a unique and exceptional education.

Community Resources

Looking for additional information ? These organizations may be able to help you with child care resources and day care assistance.

Child Care Information Services: CCIS agencies are a hub of child care information and can provide you and your family with information on quality child care and personalized child care referrals to child care providers based on your specific needs and preferences. CCIS agencies also administer the Child Care Works subsidized child care program. Contact the CCIS toll-free at 1-877-4-PA-KIDS.

Car Seat Clinics: Pennsylvania State Law requires children under age four to be restrained in a federally approved car seat or booster seat that is appropriate for the child’s age, height and weight. Children aged four to eight must use a booster seat if they are no longer in a car seat. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) can help you find a Car Seat Clinic to help you with the proper installation of your car seat and may be able to help with free or reduced-cost car seats.

Pennsylvania Early Intervention Program: Provides support and services for families with children birth to age five with developmental delays or disabilities. Parents who have questions about their child’s development may contact the CONNECT Helpline at 1-800-692-7288. The CONNECT Helpline helps families locate resources and provides information regarding child development.

Parent to Parent of Pennsylvania: Matches parents and family members of individuals with disabilities or special needs with supporting parents, on a one-to-one basis, according to condition or concerns.

County Assistance Office: Pennsylvania residents can seek assistance with the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), help with child care, health care coverage, home heating assistance (LIHEAP), school meals, SelectPlan for Women, long-term living services and cash assistance.

Women, Infants & Children Program (WIC): WIC is a federally funded program that provides healthy supplemental foods and nutrition services for pregnant women, postpartum and breastfeeding women, infants, and children under age five in a supportive environment.

Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP): Pennsylvania’s program to provide health insurance to all underinsured children and teens that are not eligible for or enrolled in Medical Assistance. Regardless of the reasons your child might not have health insurance, CHIP may be able to help. Call 1-800-986-KIDS.

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