New Child Care Option Coming to the Lower East Side [SPONSOR]

Posted on: May 4th, 2021 at 10:00 am by

Whether you’re at home or at work these days, Bright Horizons® provides a safe, fun place for your child to learn and a much-needed partner for parents. Our newest location on Clinton Street is currently accepting registrations for all programs and will be ready to welcome families later this spring.

Conveniently located in the same building as Target and Trader Joe’s, Bright Horizons at Essex Crossing features an on-site lactation room for nursing mothers, a Movement Matters Zone that fosters healthy habits, and warm, inviting classrooms that encourage exploration and discovery.

You’ll also experience all of the hallmarks of a Bright Horizons program:

  • Research-based curriculum that meets children where they are developmentally and builds confidence and excitement about learning
  • Experienced child development professionals with the passion to nurture each child and encourage important developmental milestones throughout the early years
  • Enhanced health and safety protocols that align with CDC recommendations & state and local requirements

The center is currently hosting both in-person and virtual visits. We invite you to schedule a time to meet our director, Caroline, and learn about all of the great things that Bright Horizons has to offer.

Contact us today! (917) 736-9242

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