Infant & Toddler Center Children Learn About the Life Cycle of Butterflies with CLR Residents
Each week, children from the UCS Infant & Toddler Center and residents of SVHC’s Centers for Living and Rehabilitation (CLR) gather together to learn, sing, and play. On Tuesday, weeks of learning about the life cycle of butterflies culminated with their release in the CLR courtyard.
After the butterflies took flight, the children helped plant a butterfly bush so that their newfound insect friends would have a place to call home.
The UCS Infant & Toddler Center offers youth from six weeks to three-and-a-half- years of age, individualized care in a safe and nurturing environment to assist in their development. The program is accredited by the National Association for the Education of young Children and is licensed by the State of Vermont as a 5-STARS program.
The Centers for Living and Rehabilitation (CLR) has won three Vermont State Quality Awards and is accreditated by the Joint Commission. CLR offers care for people who can no longer take care of themselves or those going through short term rehab after surgery or a stroke.