Additional InformationFor additional information about services for children with special needs, please visit our Child Development Resources Page.
Beyond Lemberg, these resources are essential for scholarships, other child care options, and special needs.
Department of Early Education and Care
The Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care provides parents, providers, educators or community leaders with resources to help provide a strong foundation for the next generation
Child Care Circuit
Works to ensure that all the resources and services children need to grow and learn are accessible to every family and that those resources and services are of the highest possible quality.
NAEYC For Families
Includes numerous useful resources for parents such as a search tool for accredited child care programs and tips for everything from healthy eating to play time.
National Association of Child Care Resource and Referral Agencies
The place to start for information nationally or in Canada.
Offers a venue for compatible families and caregivers to connect, as well as listings for child care centers. Includes tools for getting a background check, setting up interviews, and paying caregivers.
A comprehensive collection of licenced childcare centers and home daycares in operation nationally, searchable by city, state or zip code.
Offers professionally facilitated play groups, classes and support sessions, as well as lectures, seminars and workshops.
Newton Community Service Centers Family DC Network
A child care and community service center located in Newton that works to support healthy child development, family support, effective parenting and volunteerism. Contact Judy Weinstock, Early Education & Care Director.
Infant and Toddler Family Childcare Providers Recommended by Lemberg Children's Center parents
Khalida "Maria" Adeeb 781-893-2374, on South Street, Waltham, Mass.
Debbie Seale 781-893-5385, 11 Plympton Circle, Waltham, Mass.