Pathfinder Kids Kampus offers both center-based, home-based or a combination of these services through Early Head Start programming. Early Head Start focuses on working with children ages birth to age 3, as well as developing close relationships with parents, including Prenatal Moms. Our Family Educators work with parents on developing family goals and plans to develop the whole child through discovery, developmental milestones, nutrition and assistance with Collaborative efforts and resources are shared with all community human services agencies throughout Huntington County to enhance family goals and outcomes.
We strive to supply an enriching program to inspire your child to learn and discover new things. Research shows that in the first 5 years of life, a child develops 90 percent of his or her adult brain; therefore all Early Head Start activities and creative curriculum are directed to the development of the child.
Explorers (6 weeks - 3 years)
Free year round program for income eligible children 6 weeks to 3 years of age. Each child who attends Early Head Start receives child development and health services. Parents and teachers work together to achieve family goals.
Initiators (1 ½ years - 3 years)
Free year round program for income eligible children 18 months to 3 years. This is a combination program providing services part time in the home and part time in a social setting.
Adventurers (6 weeks - 3 years)
Free year round program for income eligible children 6 weeks to 3 years of age whose parents/guardians are working or are in school. Each child who attends Early Head Start receives child development and health services. Parents are encouraged to be involved in every aspect of the program.
Early Head Start is a free year round program that serves income eligible pregnant mothers and children up to their 3rd birthday. Each child who attends Early Head Start receives child development and heath services, and parents are involved in every aspect of the program.
The Early Head Start Prenatal program helps eligible pregnant women receive instruction and a further understanding on the medical care they and their growing babies need. A prenatal Family/Child Educator works with mothers to provide information about pregnancy, child birth, and caring for a new baby.