University Child Development Center

Preschool in Pittsburgh, PA 15213

635 Clyde St
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
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Public Transportation : Bus
Language(s) Spoken : English
Part Time / Full Time : Full Time Part Time

The UCDC provides:

Quality near-site child care/early childhood education for young children who belong to the faculty staff and students of the University of Pittsburgh. Laboratory research and practicum experiences in observing and participating with young children in classroom-based settings for University students and students from other institutions of higher learning. Resources and technical assistance in implementing appropriate programs and practices that serve young children for Pittsburgh and other communities.
Child Ages:
3 weeks - 5 years
Licenses & Accreditations:
Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare
This provider accepts vouchers
Special Needs:
Adaptive Equipment Administer Medication Administer Nebulizer Treatment (Asthma) Asthma Auditory Impairment Behavioral/Emotional Issues Cognitive Dysfunction/Delay Gifted Ability Infant Monitors (Apnea) Seizures Speech/Language Delay Special Diet Visual Impairment Wheelchair Walker
Hours of Operation:
7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Monday through Friday

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The University Child Development Center exists to encourage and support each child to grow to his fullest potential in all areas of development thus creating a positive self concept and a realistic opportunity for success in life. Teachers work with children individually and in small and large groups identifying their strengths and helping children to identify positively with each of their individual differences.

An “extended family” concept has been adapted to provide a framework for the Center. We feel this to be the most effective model since the traditional extended family – providing support encouragement and assistance to its members – has become practically obsolete in today’s society. For working parents and student parents support encouragement and assistance are vital in helping to ensure personal and professional success.

For children the extended family provides all the healthy components necessary for successful development. The dynamics of the “family” and its interactions perpetually serve to establish and/or reinforce the identity of self and of that self within an ever changing ever challenging world.


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