Child Care Resources Specific to COVID-19
States have developed child care-specific COVID-19 guidance to share with their child care programs and families, as well as links to other helpful COVID-19 information listed by state.
Provides an interactive map of child care facilities open during the pandemic.
A database to assist parents in finding childcare during COVID-19.
The Child Development Research Center
Completed in the summer of 2005, is dedicated to being a leader in the study of young children. The CDRC is a state-of-the-art, 64,000 sq-ft research facility equipped with the latest multi-media research technology, 7 large research suites, and 8 research rooms. The CDRC also has 10 children’s classrooms, complete with research and observation booths and access to a playground, which accommodates an on-site children’s program. The Children’s Program is a laboratory school that enrolls students ages 0 – 5 yrs. In addition, the CDRC houses Child Development Resources, which helps families across the state of Alabama, provide a safe, loving, and enriching life for their young children.
The RISE program is designed to serve both young children with physical disabilities from birth to five years of age and to provide family-centered services designed to meet the individualized needs of all young children and families. RISE also provides a blend of educational therapy services within the context of a developmentally appropriate curriculum and prepares children for the transition to the next educational environment.