Coastside Child Development Center is a leading not‐for‐profit provider of child development and early intervention services for children from birth to age five. Since 1978, the Coastside Child Development Center has provided quality and compassionate care, early intervention, and education to children.
Coastside Child Development Center's unique structure benefits all children in our inclusive learning environment which serves typically developing children as well as children who have delays in social/emotional development, children with behavioral health problems, children with special needs, and children who have been exposed to abuse and violence.
Our mission is to promote healthy development in every child that we serve, and we believe that all children are entitled to an environment in which they can develop to their maximum potential and we are committed to giving all families access to our services regardless of background or income.
565 Redondo Beach Road PO Box 84
Half Moon Bay, CA 94019
|Matching Funds Amount:||$3,000.00|
• Child Development services which include child care and education for children ages zero to five. Our high quality child care and preschool programs include the following:
Low child/teacher ratios.
Small group sizes.
A physical environment that includes educational materials and toys that cover all developmental areas as well as provides a safe and calm environment for children.
Loving, passionate, and knowledgeable teachers who are able to provide the highest quality of care and education.
• Support for all children's social/emotional development which includes:
Mental health professional on-site full-time.
In-classroom social-emotional services that include behavioral interventions and teacher training and support.
Individual service plans for all children in our at-risk program.
Use of the Second Step program in the preschool program.
Emphasis on attachment for all children ages zero to three through:
Primary caregiving and continuity of care.
Psycho-education and support for all parents and primary caregivers.
• Early intervention and referrals for all children when needed.
• Case management for families that include referrals to other services and material resources that range from clothing for children to car seats.
• Family engagement that includes:
Parent education and support on a variety of topics that meet the developmental needs of their child.
Formal parent conferences.
In-formal daily communication.
• Early literacy program that ensures that every child has books at home.
• Child development assessments.
• In-house training for all staff as well as support for degree and continuing education completion.