Children’s Bureau Parent - Infant/Toddler Enrichment Groups
The infant/toddler enrichment program offers families (parent and child together) the opportunity to bond with their young child 7 months to 3 years through interactive activities. Parents learn valuable child development and parenting skills. Group sizes are small and include families with similar aged-children. The program is offered free of charge.
Service Availability: Space available, intake required prior to attending group. Family Time Commitment: September 2013 to July 2014, twice a week, 1.5 hours per session Child Age Limit: Children 7 months to 36 months Income: Low Income Immunization Requirement: TB Results for Parent and Child Zip Codes: 90004, 90029, 90020, 90010, 90038, 90026, 90005
For more information, contact 323.953.7356.
Children's Bureau Oakwood Family Center 3910 Oakwood Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90004
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