|The Inclusion Department at the ELC of Duval provides Warm Line services to all Child Care Providers in Duval County. The Warm Line is a service providing assistance and consultation to early care and education providers regarding health, development, disability, and special needs issues of the children they are serving.|
People with disabilities are afforded the same rights as everyone else, as covered by the Americans with Disabilities Act (1990).
The Division for Early Childhood defines inclusion as: “A value that supports the rights of all children, regardless of their diverse abilities to participate actively in natural settings within their communities. A natural setting is one in which the child would spend time had he or she not had a disability. Such settings include, but are not limited to, home and family, play groups, childcare, pre-schools, Head Start programs, kindergartens and neighborhood schools."
|BENEFITS TO CHILDREN||BENEFITS TO PROVIDERS|
|Children develop differently, at different times, but if you think your child is developmentally delayed, you can CLICK HERE to conduct an "Online Child Screening" or the online Social/Emotional Screening.|
|Click on the "green" button below for a complete list of community resources for families and children.|
|Community Resource Guide|
Announcements & Events
Provider Appreciation Day 2020Happy Provider Appreciation Day 2020 to all child care providers! We are so grateful for your co... Read More
Provider Mini-Grant OpportunitiesThe Office of Early Learning has made available three mini-grant opportunities for ELC of Duval's ... Read More
Resources for Families during the PandemicIf you are struggling with unemployment, searching for available food banks, or looking for activities... Read More
2020 Census Bounce for the Count!Be sure to complete your 2020 U.S. Census today and notify your Duval child care provider. When the pandemic su... Read More
COVID-19 Updates and Frequently Asked QuestionsFor important COVID-19 updates and notices from the Office of Early Learning click here: OEL Letter from Shan Go... Read More