Give Back Tahoe: Tahoe’s Connection for Families brings us together
June 14, 2016
TCF is a nonprofit organization in Incline Village, Nevada, that provides education and support for families with children from pregnancy to age 48 months.
TCF was founded in 2001 to fill the need in the community for early childhood development in the North Lake Tahoe area, a place where many do not have access to the guidance and support that an extended family often provides.
TCF believes that strong, responsible, respectful parents shape strong, responsible, respectful children. TCF provides parents with the tools and support they need to be their children's number one educators.
TCF's programs are interactive, designed for children and an accompanying adult to learn together with the help from staff.
Children who have come through TCF programs have a strong sense of self, the ability to transition to preschool with confidence, and are prepared to be good citizens of the world. Parents are empowered to raise children through knowledge, skill, and hands-on learning in an atmosphere of support.
TCF offers an Infant Program for families with infants under the age of 12 months and a Toddler Program for families with children ages 1 to 4 years.
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Both programs emphasize social interactions, developmental play and positive parenting skills provided in class by Laurean Meyer, Child Development Specialist and TCF's Founder. Parenting classes are geared toward easing the family's journey through this fun and challenging developmental time.
To learn more about Tahoe's Connection for Families, visit tcfkids.org, call 775-832-8230 or go visit at 761 Northwood Boulevard in Incline Village.
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