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Paying for Care

Like all parents, you want the best for your child, but paying for quality early care and education can be overwhelming. Planning ahead, getting more information, and using all of the resources available to you will get you off to a good start in making the best choice for your family.

we accept dHs ccap subsidy

The Rhode Island Department of Human Services (DHS) helps eligible working families pay for early care and education through the Child Care Assistance Program (CCAP). To be eligible to receive child care assistance, families must meet income requirements. For families that participate in the Rhode Island Works Program, there is no income limit. Contact the DHS Info Line at (401) 462-5300 for more information or

child dependent care tax credit

If you paid for early care and education for children under 13 while you were at work or looking for work, you may be eligible to claim the child and dependent care credit and receive a percentage of the expenses paid to a child care provider. Visit for more information.

we will be offering pathways  soon!

Individually tailored curricula address speech and language, pre-academic and academic skills, daily living and self-care skills, play and social skills and assessment and treatment of challenging behavior.  A one-on-one ratio of teachers to students is typically used, although small and large group activities may be provided for students who achieve the skills to learn in such settings.  A comprehensive system of student  evaluation allows for daily refinement of student lessons.


Preschool/PreK and Summer Program 

Two Full Days $120.00

Three Full Days $145.00

Four Full Days $170.00

Five Full Days $195.00


Toddler Program 

Two Full Days $145.00

Three Full Days $170.00

Four Full Days $195.00

Five Full Days $220.00

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