Offering care for infants as young as 6 weeks old, St. Ann Center doesn’t want to waste a minute helping your little ones get acquainted with the fascinating world around them, while encouraging their growth and development.
Babies Atrium Event
Helping your baby reach all of his or her first steps:
Physical. Natural reflex movements of hands and limbs; sitting, crawling, standing and beginning to walk (6 months to 1 year)
Thinking Skills. Moving eyes to and fro, using hands and mouth to explore objects
Language. Crying to inform, listening to sounds, beginning to say words like “mama” and “dada”
Social. Cuddling, interacting with other children, sharing toys through play
Emotional. Expressing emotions through laughing, smiling, crying and clapping
Support from generous people, like you, create this joyful intergenerational community.
Music. Singing and clapping with adult friends from the Wellness Unit
Rockaby Alerts. You won’t find any crybabies at St. Ann Center. When teachers need a few extra pairs of loving arms to comfort crying little ones, a Rockaby Alert is issued over the building’s intercom. That’s the cue for available adults and staff to drop what they’re doing and race to the infant care rooms for a chance to hold and rock the babies.