|Florida Statute 1002.82 mandates the provision of a regional Warm Line to provide assistance and consultation to child care personnel regarding the inclusion of children with disabilities, special health care needs, and trauma-related needs. The local Warm Line is available to all child care centers and family child care homes as well as to parents who request assistance for child care arrangements or have general concerns or trauma-related needs.
In Alachua County, the Warm Line Contact is Toby Hunter, Child Services Manager, 352-375-4087 (Direct Dial) or email@example.com.
The goals of the Inclusion Initiative at ELCAC are:
Trainings are offered on a variety of issues, including health, child development, environmental adaptions, curriculum, and laws and regulations.
Social Emotional Needs:
The Ages & Stages Social -Emotional Questionnaire (ASQ-SE) is designed to gather information about your child’s social-emotional growth and development.
If you would like to complete a questionnaire, please click here.
All results are confidential, and will be shared with you.