Russell Child Development Center sponsors Early Childhood Programs that include tiny-k Early Intervention, Child & Adult Care Food Program, Attachment and Biobehavioral, and Targeted Case Management.
Russell Child Development Center's tiny-k Early Intervention Program is part of a statewide system that provides early intervention services to children ages birth to 36 months and their families. RCDC provides tiny-k services in 13 Southwest Kansas counties.
Attachment and Biobehavioral Catch-up (ABC) is offered to parents and caregivers with children between the ages of 6 and 48 months. ABC will strengthen your positive relationship with your child while helping your child to develop in a healthy way.
Growing Together knows parents want to have a healthy baby and be a good parent– but babies don’t come with a user manual. Growing Together Home Visitors partner with families and health care providers to help each child achieve developmental goals.
Pathways for Family Child Care Providers was created to help individuals that would like to start their own family child care business and become licensed by the Kansas Department of Health & Environment as a Licensed Day Care Home or Group Day Care Home.
Learn & Play Project provides parent and child activity times for children birth to five in 28 funded sites across Southwest Kansas. The play groups provide Ages and Stages screening for children, developmental information and material for parents, and encourages community-based collaboration to support the play groups.
Triple P Positive Parenting Program doesn't tell you how to parent. It offers clear and simple ideas to help manage problem behavior or prevent problems from developing in the first place. You'll become confident about your parenting skills and learn how to take care of yourself as a parent too.
Russell Child Development Center is the sponsor for the Child & Adult Care Food Program providing food reimbursement and nutritional support to licensed child care providers in 14 Southwest Kansas counties.
Targeted Case Management services assist eligible individuals' support networks in identifying, selecting, obtaining, coordinating and using both paid services and natural supports that are available to enhance the individual's experience.
Growing Together, Triple P, and Learn & Play are funded through the Building Blocks Early Childhood Block Grants awarded by the Kansas Children's Cabinet and Trust Fund to Russell Child Development Center.