Louise & Lillian Group Family Daycare
Now Accepting Applications for Bronx Special Needs Children
Bronx, New York – Louise & Lillian Group Family Daycare is now accepting applications for special needs children of the Bronx. The facility accepts children with the following special needs: ADD/ADHD, phobias, hyperactivity, speech delays and learning disabilities.
“I genuinely believe that guiding children with love and patience is God’s purpose for my life. God has shown that to me over and over again. It is who I am and have always been,” said Sharon Anglin, the Founder of Louise & Lillian Group Family Daycare.
Problems Faced by Special Needs Parents (Particularly in the Bronx):
■There is a shortage in child care for special needs children.
■Quality care that is safe, and in a child-friendly atmosphere with a warm, approachable, trained staff is hard to find.
■Daycare with a proven track record dealing with special needs children is rare.
This is a void filled by the Louise & Lillian Group Family Daycare.
Parents who are looking for a special needs daycare or an after school program in the Bronx and are interested in Louise & Lillian Group Family Daycare can download applications here. The application deadline is December 31, 2016. There is a limited number of spots available, and the facility is expecting a high influx of enrollment applications, so parents are encouraged to apply as early as possible. Parents and guardians who are interested in a tour of the facility can contact Sharon Anglin at firstname.lastname@example.org OR call (718) 824-8205 Phone or (347) 622-6042 Cell.
About Louise & Lillian Group Family Daycare: Louise & Lillian Group Family Daycare, founded in 1997, has successfully cared for and nurtured many special needs children. Some of their students have gone on to college and/or the armed forces. The workers of Louise & Lillian Group Family Daycare are known throughout the South and East Bronx communities as one of the most reliable, understanding and easygoing staffs in the industry, particularly in their experience with special needs children.