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Contact Information

Early Learning Transition Model Team

Ms. Kathleen Lincoln

Child Development Centers

Program Director, Retired

 

Ms. Toby S. Librande

Early Learning Transition Model

Grant Coordinator

408.635.2686 x5571

 

Ms. Linda Lambert

Milpitas Family Literacy Project

Program Coordinator, 2008-2016

 

Rose CDC

250A Roswell Drive

Milpitas, CA 95035

 

Sunnyhills CDC

356 Dixon Road

Milpitas, CA 95035

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Community Partners

Out-of-School-Time Activity Makes a Difference

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Community partners like you are invaluable resources to assist children and families in out-of-school time.  Being mindful of supporting children and families as they are moving up! from one early grade to the next can contribute to the health and well-being of each child, family and our overall community.

Support for All Children

Community Members:  Do you want to learn how to serve more children in our community?  Are you looking to develop a new or update an existing inclusion policy?  Do you want to receive the latest information regarding how to integrate children with disabilities and special needs into your program?

Help is available!  Here are some organizations located in Santa Clara County that are ready and willing to lend a helping hand~

Inclusion Collaborative

(408) 453-6756

The Inclusion Collaborative is your partner in providing inclusive environments for children. We are committed to ensuring that children with disabilities and special needs have equal access to full participation in inclusive community and learning environments. Services we provide:

  • Advocacy and Access
  • Inclusion Support
  • Professional Development
  • Screening and Assessment Consultation
  • Free Inclusion Support Warm Line (408) 453-6651
  • Comprehensive Website including upcoming professional development and useful resources at www.inclusioncollaborative.org

Inclusion Support Warm Line

(408) 453-6651

Educators and parents can contact the Warm Line for free support, information, and referrals resources for including children with special needs or disabilities in schools and the community. Services we provide:

  • Referrals to local resources, agencies, and services
  • Information for educators beginning or implementing inclusion
  • Answers to parents’ questions regarding inclusion
  • Packets on inclusion topics
  • Suggestions and resource referrals regarding challenging behaviors
  • Comprehensive Website including upcoming professional development and useful resources at www.inclusioncollaborative.org

Parents Helping Parents

(408) 727-5775

Parents Helping Parents (PHP) strives to improve the quality of life for any child with any special need of any age, through educating, supporting and training their primary caregivers.  This hub agency provides a wide range of services - such as phone referral assistance, special interest support groups, vast resource library, assistive technology equipment, classes, workshops, speakers, presentations, and so much more.  Visit their website at www.php.com or call for more information.

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Early Learning Transition Model ~ Generously funded by the Heising-Simons Foundation 2012-2013

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Contributing to Optimal Development

Project Cornerstone and Developmental Assets – build up our youth!  Research has shown that the more developmental assets each child possesses, the better off their future looks!  Developmental assets are the positive values, relationships, skills and experiences that help children and teens thrive.  Do you want some specific ideas about how your community can contribute?  Click here to take a look at the pdfs “Asset-Building Ideas for all Adults” , “Asset-Building Ideas for Businesses” and "Asset-Building Ideas for Service Clubs".

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Transitional Kindergarten - What is it?!

Transitional Kindergarten (TK) is California’s newest grade (first officially offered the 2012-13 school year) which serves our fall birthday children in the first of a two-year kindergarten program.  Want to learn more about this new approach to educating our youngest students?  Here is a handy two page reference sheet which provides a thorough summary of TK (and here it is in Spanish).  If you are interested in learning a lot more about TK, visit TK California for a wealth of information for parents, teachers, administrators and the broader community.