Fort Washington Infant/Toddler

About Our Center

The Fort Washington Play and Learn was established in 1983 to accommodate the growing need for infant childcare in Fort Washington.  Play and Learn Fort Washington Infant/Toddler center is situated on spacious grounds and surrounded with beautiful landscape. Our playgrounds have separate areas for younger, older children, and an area for infants to enjoy the outside. Inside you will find bright cheerful classrooms for learning centers and play.

Fort Washington Infant/Toddler & The Community

For your convenience, Play and Learn Fort Washington Infant/Toddler offers a low-cost lunch program. Play and Learn Fort Washington Infant/Toddler accepts subsidized payment from Child Care Information Services (CCIS) and offers scholarship assistance through the Granny Scholarship Fund.

Message from the Director: Bernie Ross

I joined Play & Learn’s Fort Washington Center in 1988 as a toddler teacher.  After many years as a classroom teacher, I was promoted to office assistant and then to the Center Director position in 2022.  

I earned my bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education while working at Play & Learn and am excited to be serving in a leadership role where I can support other teachers in advancing their professional development.  Our team is dedicated to working together with families to support the overall development of each child, including the social and emotional growth that takes place when children engage in expressive play.


200 Camp Hill Rd., Fort Washington, PA 19034

The Fort Washington Play and Learn Infant & Toddler Center is located at the intersection of Camp Hill Road and Dreshertown Road, minutes from Route 309 and the Fort Washington exit of the Pennsylvania Turnpike.