Last Updated: 12/12/2016
Inclusion is more than the presence of children with disabilities or other special needs in early childhood programs; it is the full and active participation of all children and their families, whether typically developing, or with disabilities or other special needs in community activities, services, and programs. Support, accommodations, or modifications, when needed, are provided appropriately, to ensure full, active participation for all children. One indicator of a high quality early childhood program is successful inclusion of children with special needs.
- As endorsed by the Alameda County Child Care Planning Council and the Committee on Special Needs.
Child Care Links Inclusion Specialist offers child care providers the following inclusion services:
Click here to download resources on inclusion.
Please contact the Inclusion Specialist at 925.417.8733 for support and questions.
For more information on upcoming trainings, support groups, play groups, and other opportunities view the Child Care Links Calendar.